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Martin Cooper


Martin leads RSM’s Reward & Incentives practice in the North West, part of our People Advisory Services offering.

Christmas parties - Jingle bells not (HR) alarm bells!
Kerri Constable

30 November 2018

With three in five people experiencing work related mental health issues, training managers to foster a mental health friendly culture is crucial for better performance.

Laura Cerasale

HR Consultant

Laura has more than 10 years’ HR consultancy experience advising and guiding a wide range of SMEs on HR issues, which include performance management, grievances, disciplinaries, and re-organisation projects.

Ashleigh Pinto

Senior HR Consultant

Ashleigh is an experienced HR generalist with proven capability across multiple HR disciplines, including, employee relations, HR Compliance and supporting and facilitating change strategies. She has supported a variety of companies ranging from smaller ‘owner managed’ business through to large US corporates, managing and facilitating redundancy programmes, the closure of offices, and company restructures.

Navigating pay policy
Kerri Constable

05 November 2018

Government is keeping an eagle-eye on pay and pay policy. Only in the last few weeks the BBC has again come under its fair share of scrutiny for the ways in which it pays its people. Now the corporation’s use of personal service companies has come under the spotlight.

The Apprenticeship Levy and upskilling managers

01 November 2018

On the anniversary of the Apprenticeship Levy, the Open University highlighted that, although 50,000 organisations have paid £1.39billion to the Apprenticeship Levy, only 8 per cent of the funds have been used - a meagre £108 million. Is the answer to greater take-up changes to the scheme, or should organisations change their approach instead?

Wellbeing at work requires openness and leadership
Kerri Constable

31 October 2018

With three in five people experiencing work-related mental health issues, training managers to foster a mental health friendly culture is crucial for better performance.

Employment references – do they still have value?
Kerri Constable

31 October 2018

References have become brief and factual and their usefulness has become questioned. Read more to see how references can still be a useful tool.

Should we voluntarily report our gender pay gap figures?
Frankie Davis

28 September 2018

Although your business may not legally be required to publish your gender pay gap figures. Find out how voluntarily publishing your results can benefit your organisation.

Business losses from mandate fraud double to £77m

17 September 2018

Businesses are being urged to alert staff to the dangers of mandate fraud after new figures show that losses more than doubled in the last year to reach £77m.