Dawn Exley

Dawn Exley

Dawn is an experienced, pragmatic HR professional, with a proven track record of operating autonomously using a high degree of initiative. She is passionate about her work and enjoys building strong, lasting relationships. Dawn has a broad generalist background, and her particular areas of expertise include TUPE, organisational change and employee relations. Dawn is highly motivated and is equally comfortable providing support, advice and guidance at senior management and first line level.

Dawn is also a Certified Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).

If you’d like to benefit from Dawn’s expertise, get in touch using the contact form on the right, or call 01604 763 494. If you’re not ready to pick up the phone yet, read more about our HR services.

Dawn's Recent Blog Posts

Employment law, HR advice, HR, worker, sub-contractor, gig economy

For the last couple of weeks, the Gravitas Grapevine has been buzzing with news about Pimlico Plumbers and the Supreme Court’s recent finding against them.

03rd July 2018
HR, absence management, employers, employees

Well!  What a weekend that was!  Record bank holiday temperatures.  A chance for the tabloids to wheel out the good old ‘What a scorcher!’ headlines.

11th May 2018
Employment Law; GDPR, Gender Pay, HR, Minimum Wage,

With the first month of 2018 now behind us it’s time to consider new legislative changes.  

06th February 2018
HR, Management skills, managing people

Consider this scenario - a management position becomes available in your company, and you decide to promote from within. Your new Manager is eager, passionate and full of potential. They are excited and enthusiastic about their new role, but are they suitably equipped to enter the unknown?

22nd January 2018
Human Resources, HR, motivation, goals, employee engagement, business

As we are now well into 2018 the HR headaches typically associated with the festive period have become a distant memory and it’s full steam ahead for businesses up and down the country. 

16th January 2018
HR, employees, soft skills, business,

 “Soft skills” is a phrase that gets banded around a lot these days, especially in the world of work.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines “soft skills” (noun) as ‘Personal attributes that enable someone to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people’.

06th November 2017
National Minimum Wage, HR, HR processes, employment law, legislation, compliance

HMRC has recently published a list of employers who are failing to pay staff the National Minimum Wage, and a staggering £1.9 million is due to be handed out in compensation.

02nd October 2017
HR Policies, HR, Pawternity leave, employee engagement

About 50% of us own a pet, and whilst there is no legal right for an employee to take time off to work to look after an ill animal, or to help settle in a new puppy ‘Pawternity’ leave is becoming hot news.

30th August 2017
HR, Gig Economy, Employment law, employment practices, employment rights, contractors, worker

What is the Taylor Review?

07th August 2017
HR, employees, social media, employment legislation

There are numerous challenges that come hand-in-hand with employing people…maintaining high productivity; regularly reviewing performance; adhering to employment legislation; the list goes on.

10th July 2017