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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

  • My Top 60-No 9: 'The Great Escape' (1963) (Film, Theatre, TV & Music) 27-03-2019

    Just a few days ago (24th March to be precise), I was fortunate enough to go along to commemorate the 75th anniversary of one of the greatest WWII escapes, that at Stalag Luft III in Poland in 1943. This resulted in 76 Allied Prisoners of War...

  • My Top 60 - No 8: 'Fire!' (1977) (Film, Theatre, TV & Music) 21-03-2019

    Now here is a rarity for you. Fire! (1977) was actually a made for TV movie that found its way on a theatrical cinema release here in the UK. It went on release to ABC cinemas in 1978 and although you will never see it listed (if at all) as a great...

  • My Top 60 Films-No 7: Millions Like Us (1943) (Film, Theatre, TV & Music) 13-03-2019

    Millions Like Us(1943) is a personal favourite of mine even though it falls into the description of a propaganda film. It was made shortly after the wartime government introduced female conscription for single women between 21 and 30 and one of...