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A Paris-style attack on a UK workplace: new guidance for Employers

The range of health and safety related legal obligations placed on employers is extensive. Employers have a duty to think about what might cause harm to people and decide whether they are taking reasonable steps to prevent that harm by way of a risk assessment. 345 more words

Devonshires Employment Law

Superintendents to schools: Stop fighting over Common Core

Superintendents said the battle over the Common Core standards is having a negative impact on their schools.

While the superintendents largely agreed that the controversial Common Core testing standards can be improved, more than 75 percent of the school leaders said that they see the standards as having a positive impact on education, a survey released Thursday for the state Council of School Superintendents found. 245 more words


Leaders Who Last

By Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers

It is no secret that schools and the educators and students who work in and attend them are under stress. 735 more words


Disaster In The Making

Assumptions, interpretations and expectations are front-runners of any upset. Add high, boiling emotions and you have a pure disaster in the making! ~Behnam Bakhshandeh

Life Coaching

Minimising water use at a responsible tourism venue

Results of the first visit to Matlapeng Country Estate

Spanning 21 acres in southern Gauteng, Matlapeng Country Estate is one of the larger properties taking part in the GeePee RT Challenge. 424 more words


How Much Is About Us?

You know, as much as we love to make everything be about us, after a while it becomes very boring! Make sure the people around you are powerful, educated and growing, and you will grow with them.   ~Behnam Bakhshandeh, #CoachBehnam

Life Coaching