The HR Juggler

Day 3: The Twelve Days of Christmas

Posted on: December 3, 2011

When I said anything goes for this series of guest blogs, I really meant it. Today’s post is courtesy of Claire Bentley and should ideally be sung with gusto to gain the full creative effect of exactly what 2011 has provided us with. I would thoroughly recommend connecting with Claire on Twitter (@cbentleylarose) and via her website.

Hope her post makes you chuckle as much as it did me…perhaps we should also lobby Doug Shaw to sing it at the Christmas ConnectingHR drinks???

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On the twelfth day of Christmas, 2011 gave to me………

Twelve Unions Striking…

Eleven Bloggers Blogging…

Ten Exhibitions…

Nine Agency Workers…

Eight Strategic Reviews…

Seven Schools a-closing…

Six Christmas parties…

Fi-ve Tribunal Reforms…!

Four Long-term sick…

Three Mediations…

Two Party Politics…

and…..A Messed-Up Economy!!

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If you’d like to contribute to this series of blog posts you would be most welcome, no matter what your story and whether you are an experienced blogger or someone who rarely writes. You can get in touch with me by leaving a comment on here or via Twitter @AlisonChisnell. I’d love to hear from you!

2 Responses to "Day 3: The Twelve Days of Christmas"

Great song Alison! Will share with our followers @EmploymentPipe via EmploymentPipeline.com

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