The curse of the corporate (podcast)

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The curse of the corporate

To close down 2019 we have decided to highlight a Maverick Paradox Podcast for every day in December. These podcasts were first published on our sister site maverickparadox.com.

Today is the third in the series and features Annabel Kaye who is a Socialising Maverick who works with the ‘dark side of HR’. The Managing Director of Irenicon and Director of Koffeeklatch her firm deals with Employment Law and the legislation that affects small and micro businesses. All the partners in this business are maverick in nature and are execution and success driven. Their clients go to them for no nonsense easy to understand conversation and novel solutions to their problems.

In this podcast Judith Germain discusses the curse of the corporate, and how Koffeeklatch’s maverick nature works for their clients.

To find out more about Annabel head over to her LinkedIn profile here.

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