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

Setting business goals, employee relations, motivation at work, HR consultants, effective leadership, employee engagement

During the lead up to Christmas and New Year, spirits are often high in the workplace. Everyone starts to wind down and look forward to spending time with friends, family and loved ones.

09th January 2017
Attitude to risk in business, HR Consultant, people management, employment law

Would you call yourself a ‘reluctant leader’?  Many business owners are likely to identify with this if they are completely honest.

07th December 2016
integrity, honesty, employee engagement, respect, trust, HR

Management Speak is something that plenty of us use regularly without giving too much thought to how it is being perceived by others.

21st November 2016
Need for legislation; avoid a HR nightmare;

Rarely a week goes by without a household name hitting the headlines for making a massive HR faux pas.  And it’s easy to jump to the conclusion that it’s all the fault of greedy bosses who are more keen on lining their own pockets than doing the right thing by their loyal employees.

14th November 2016
Employee engagement, HR, parties,

It’s that time of year when we get questions coming in about Halloween office parties, appropriate costume choices, and how to inject a little fun and joviality into the workplace without letting things get out of hand. 

31st October 2016
Staff wellness, health at work, employee heath, employee wellbeing

The 2016 Rio Olympics was only a few months ago, but for many people, the motivation to get more active is still burning bright. 

27th October 2016
employee engagement

Analysis from the TUC and the Action for Rail campaign have found that fares have rocketed by 25% over the past six years, while average weekly earnings have only seen a 12% rise.

25th October 2016
social media policy, use of social media in workplace, employment

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ll no doubt be familiar with the latest digital trend to be sweeping the world. Pokémon Go involves using your mobile device to locate and capture virtual creatures, and it currently has more than 100 million users. 

24th October 2016
Brexit HR Advice

Yesterday in the House of Commons, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis, gave an update on the work of his department since the UK voted to leave the EU.

07th September 2016
Dealing With Negativity In The Workplace

If you’re the skeptical type, it wouldn’t be too difficult to find a plethora of reasons to feel negative at the moment. The future of the country is up in the air, and the papers are full of tales of unrest and uncertainty. 

06th September 2016