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B3sixty specialises in independent workplace investigations, dispute resolution and related training and support.

Our experienced practitioners work with you to find practical and timely solutions to difficult and sensitive employment problems.

Our services

Workplace Investigation

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We meet your need for an experienced and trained investigator who can start straightaway.

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Dispute Resolution

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We tailor our dispute resolution services to your specific employment-related problem.

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Training and Support

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We provide customised in-house investigation and dispute resolution skills training and best practice policy advice.

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Research perspectives

Tribunal backlog may bring some benefit to employers

The Covid 19 pandemic has seen employment tribunals almost grind to a halt. All cases listed between 23 March and 26 June 2020 were cancelled and converted into preliminary hearings, resulting in a huge backlog. Tribunals …

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Research perspectives

MPs call for an “Office of the Whistleblower”

MPs on the All Party Parliamentary Group for Whistleblowing have called for the urgent establishment of an ‘Office of the Whistleblower’ to ensure the rights of those who make public interest disclosures are upheld and …

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Research perspectives

Whistleblowing in Financial Services – still room for improvement

The whistleblowing charity Protect has updated its research on whistleblowing in financial services. Their original research in 2012 – Silence in The City – found a lack of trust and transparency. Protect notes the changes introduced by …

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