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My name is Bryan Matthew and I am a HR Consultant, a Harassment Investigating Officer (HIO) and a freelance writer.

  • Are you an employer looking to address sick absence levels in your organisation, concerned about attendance management and how you can take steps to improve it and also enhance the well being of your employees, making your business more effective?
  • Perhaps you are an Editor wanting to commission interesting news or feature articles or fillers for your publication or web presence?

Then I can help you by providing a high quality product and service, to your timescales, to your needs and to your budget. To discuss a potential project please get in touch ... I look forward to hearing from you.

HR Consultancy

HR Consultancy

I have over 25 years experience in the world of Human Resources (HR), as both an HR adviser (in which I have helped to resolve a variety of people issues for both employer and employee) and as a HR business partner addressing the more strategic HR issues.

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Freelance Writing

Writing

I have been writing articles for the last 20 years for a variety of publications both print and digital on a eclectic scope of subjects. This has ranged from pieces on football, personal and business finance, investments, films, theatre, spirituality, well being and all matters HR and am currently a regular contributor to ‘HR Review’.

Latest blog posts

  • Ida Lupino- Female Auteur (Film, Theatre, TV & Music) 10-06-2018

    The latest film season at the BFI South Bank is a reappraisal of Actress and Director Ida Lupino- not the most well-known of auteurs – which runs throughout June. I caught with my brother the introduction to Ida Lupino and her work with a short-ish...

  • Communicating Doors- another Theatre 62 triumph (Film, Theatre, TV & Music) 02-05-2018

    The latest Theatre 62 production that I and my close friends saw was the splendid Sir Alan Ayckbourn play written in 1994 Communicating Doors. Its genesis is an interesting one as Ayckbourn was inspired by the series of J B Priestley’s time travel plays...

  • The Last Journey -one worth making (Film, Theatre, TV & Music) 21-04-2018

    The latest gem uncovered by Talking Pictures TV is what on the face of it is a standard ‘quota quickie’ –The Last Journey (1936), but look more closely and you will find an especially memorable human interest thriller. It is part of what you might...