Stuart Goodden

Stuart Goodden


Senior Associate, Chartered Fellow CIPD, FHEA, MA in HRM, DMS, Cert. Ed.

Stuart has extensive experience gained as a manager in the commercial sector before entering the teaching profession. He was formerly  a Principal Lecturer in HRM at The University of West London where he was also the Programme Leader for professional CIPD courses. He also lectured at Birkbeck College, University of London and is a sitting lay member of the Employment Tribunal Service. He is also an ex-governor of St Georges Teaching Hospital NHS Trust in London.

His recent and current experiences as an Employment Tribunal member and his teaching of Employment Law to Post-Graduate students enables him to advise on all aspects of Employment Relations issues both at an organisational and an individual level. Stuart is also experienced in working with organisations on improving their organisational procedures. Consultancy work has resulted in the development of web-based advice on supporting employees with their individual learning plans. Stuart has also undertaken research into the development of competency frameworks with a particular focus on leadership development.

His business background is helpful when working with clients seeking to review and improve their organisation’s performance. Stuart has a creative and innovative approach in his work with our clients.

Thursday, 22 November 2012 09:25

The Church of England in crisis?

Yesterday the General Synod of the Church of England (by a narrow minority) voted to prevent the legislation which would have allowed women bishops from proceeding. The Church is now the only part of the British Establishment to openly practice direct discrimination. How can this be?

Various employment law cases over the past few years have confirmed that the Church is an employer and that ministers of religion are workers rather than office holders.

Just over a week ago, on the 13th November, Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister, spent an uncomfortable ten minutes under the spotlight on BBC’s Radio 4. No it wasn’t the inimitable inquisitional interviewing of the Naughtie-Humphry pairing that made Nick sweat; it was Jane Garvey on Woman’s Hour who put him under the microscope.

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