After having worked to Board level in human resources management within an international
company, Rosie qualified as an Employment Solicitor in 2011 and has focussed exclusively
since that time, in supporting employers to navigate a wide range of day-to-day,
complex and contentious HR and employment law issues.
Combining her legal and on the ground HR management experience, together with a Master’s
degree in Strategic Human Resource Management and full membership of the Chartered
Institute of Personnel and Development, Rosie approaches employer challenges with a
commercial and pragmatic eye, and a straight-talking approach.
In addition to her time spent as an employment lawyer in private practice, Rosie was also the
Assistant Head of the Employment Law team at Citation, a large scale HR and Employment
Law Consultancy business.
With significant experience of supporting employer clients across a wide range of industry
sectors, she particularly specialises in hospitality, manufacturing, care and the day nursery
sectors, covering the field of employment law issues including; disciplinary and grievances,
contractual matters and disputes, redundancy, restructures and TUPE.
A keen runner and one of our team’s athletic members, Rosie can often be found in her spare
time running halfway up a mountain, swimming in a lake or on the yoga mat.
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