About Richard Peachey
Richard combines many years’ experience of client relationship management, project delivery and sales & marketing with expert knowledge of workplace conflict and resolution. He’s ideally placed to work as a trusted advisor to clients on their issues and developing the best solutions. Clients include public sector bodies (NHS, Government departments, local government, universities), large private sector employers and third sector organisations.
Dealing with workplace conflict can’t be put on hold. The COVID-19 lockdown period will bring many moments of sympathy and ... View Article
Article by 14 April 2020
The age of deference to authority is over. What was once a natural, common instinct is in short supply. No longer is there an assumption that employers are laudable institutions with worthy intentions - or a sense of the need to bow down to managers and bosses. Employees want reassurance and proof of an employer’s commitment to a social and environmental ‘good’.
Article by 17 March 2020
Between 2008 and 2009, 35 employees of France Télécom committed suicide. One woman threw herself from a fifth-floor window in front of her colleagues. Many had left notes explaining that the ‘terror’ of bullying from management had made them feel they had no other choice.
Article by 28 January 2020
Ever since HR adopted mediation 30 years' ago, there's been a sacred principle that it should always be a voluntary offer. If it’s not voluntary then somehow it’s a breach of employee rights.
Article by 5 December 2019