About Tim Scott
Tim is an award-winning HR generalist and Chartered Fellow of the CIPD.
Tim is the founder of The Work Consultancy, specialising in HR advice and social media support.
Tim spent 20 years in HR roles across a variety of sectors, successfully leading People and OD teams to work with senior management teams and Boards to transform organisations’ people practices. He is also an experienced writer, blogger and speaker on work, social media and Human Resources. His aim is to help organisations find practical and real-world solutions to their people needs, providing pragmatic advice and support whilst retaining a focus on the “human” aspect of Human Resources.
He is the co-author of the popular 'Putting Social Media to Work' book series, and ebook 'HR, the practical guide;.
Simply put, employee advocacy is the promotion of an organisation by its own employees: the people who work for you ... View Article
Article by 23 November 2016
I’m in the process of switching away from Microsoft’s ubiquitous Windows operating system to a new Mac. It’s something I’ve ... View Article
Article by 6 October 2016
As a confirmed social media enthusiast – some might say evangelist – I am occasionally asked to speak about the ... View Article
Article by 25 November 2015
I hope my meaning won’t be lost or misconstrued but I have “managed” numerous exits in my career as an ... View Article
Article by 4 June 2015
It’s a nice round twenty years this year since I graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in ... View Article
Article by 20 October 2014
The commonly held view in many organisations seems to be that “performance management” is something that you do at particular ... View Article
Article by 26 June 2014
For pretty much all of my career, and certainly my days as an HR generalist, the big bad wolf has ... View Article
Article by 9 June 2014
Please suspend your disbelief for a moment and join me on a thought experiment… Just after a UK General Election ... View Article
Article by 14 April 2014
"The trite saying that honesty is the best policy has met with the just criticism that honesty is not policy. The real honest man is honest from conviction of what is right, not from policy."
Article by 6 March 2014
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) started a campaign called "Mythbusters" as a direct result of the constant criticism of their area of expertise and now maintains a web page which details some of the alleged Health & Safety issues they have resolved after being contacted by (no doubt astounded) members of the public. You really should go and have a look, there are some absolute crackers
Article by 10 February 2014