People | Anna Ives

Anna Ives | Operations

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Services: Dispute resolution

Services: Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Property

Services: Employment

Services: Property

Services: Property

Services: Family

Services: Family

Services: Dispute resolution

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Services: Dispute resolution

Services: Property

Services: Employment

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Services: Corporate and commercial

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Services: Criminal law, Dispute resolution

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Services: Property

Services: Property

Services: Criminal law, Dispute resolution

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Services: Dispute resolution, Environment, Property, Retail and leisure

Services: Dispute resolution

Services: Family

Services: Dispute resolution, Property

Services: Brexit, Corporate and commercial, Insolvency

Services: Criminal law, Dispute resolution, Environment

Services: Employment

Services: Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Dispute resolution

Services: Business immigration, Employment

Services: Property

Services: Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Family

Services: Dispute resolution

Services: Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Property

Services: Property

Services: Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Brexit, Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Dispute resolution, Property

Services: Property

Services: Brexit, Family

Services: Brexit, Business immigration, Employment, Pharmaceutical and healthcare

Services: Property

Services: Brexit, Dispute resolution

Services: Environment, Pharmaceutical and healthcare, Property, Retail and leisure

Services: Property

Services: Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Dispute resolution, Environment, Insolvency, Pharmaceutical and healthcare, Technology and IP

Services: Property, Retail and leisure

Services: Family

Services: Brexit, Property

Services: Business immigration, Employment, Pharmaceutical and healthcare

Services: Corporate and commercial, Environment, General Data Protection Regulation, Pharmaceutical and healthcare, Technology and IP

Services: Dispute resolution, Environment, Insolvency, Pharmaceutical and healthcare, Wills, trusts and probate

Services: Corporate and commercial, Environment, Insolvency, Media, Retail and leisure

Services: Property

Services: Corporate and commercial, General Data Protection Regulation, Pharmaceutical and healthcare, Technology and IP

Services: Employment, General Data Protection Regulation, HR2Help, Pharmaceutical and healthcare, Retail and leisure

Services: Dispute resolution, Insolvency, Media, Retail and leisure

Services: Family

 

Phone: 01753 944775

Email: Anna.ives@bpcollins.co.uk

Anna joined B P Collins in 2021 as a HR Consultant in the firms HR2Help team providing HR support.

Experience

Prior to joining the LLP, Anna gained a variety of HR experience and expertise working in Public and Private sectors (healthcare, education, telecoms, insurance, not for profit, technology/sales) across multiple sites including HR support regionally and globally.

Anna also volunteers as a HR consultant for a website supporting pregnant women and mothers, and a charity helping parents with complex HR queries and flexible working.

Anna is a Chartered Member of the CIPD (MCIPD). 

Outside the office

She loves spending time with her family and has two young daughters. She enjoys travelling, reading, and baking (with the eggs from her six hens).

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