Employment Service Manager
“I’m Sanjay and I’ve been working for the NFU since September 2013. My role is to manage the NFU Employment Service membership on a day-to-day basis ensuring all elements of the service are running smoothly for our members.
"I also look after prospective members by discussing their requirements and ensuring we have a full understanding of their business to ensure we provide a bespoke and high quality level of employment law support.
"I am happy to discuss your requirements face-to-face or over the telephone. Please feel free to contact me directly to discuss any aspects of the membership.
"Outside of work I enjoy (attempting) to keep fit by going to the gym and playing sports such as football and badminton. I also try to spend as much time as possible keeping busy with my wife and two daughters!”
“I have been working with the NFU since 2007, starting originally as a Specialist Adviser on the NFU CallFirst legal helpline before moving on to become a Team Leader of the Specialist Advice Team.
"More recently, since 2016, I have been working as the Employment Law Consultant for NFU Employment Service. I have a varied role which sees me managing and editing all of the NFU Employment Service publications including the Employment Law Manual and member magazine, visiting members to discuss their contract and handbook requirements and drafting these, to advising members on our legal helpline and presenting at member meetings.
"Over the years I have spoken to most of our members and built up really good relationships with them. I like to take a pragmatic approach when advising our members.
"In my spare time I enjoying travelling, I’m a big foodie and keen to try most things at least once...which included sky-diving before I turned 30!”
“My name is Teresa (Terri) Ireland, I have worked for the NFU since January 2002. The NFU supported me as I came to the end of 11 years of studying part-time while working full-time and I finally qualified as a barrister. I studied at the Inns of Court School of Law and was called to the bar at The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn in July 2003. As a result I was introduced, along with other newly qualified barristers, to The Queen after church in Windsor Great Park, and she kindly spoke a few words with me.
"Since 2007 I have worked as the Employment Service Consultant covering England and Wales in order to support and represent members with employment issues for example redundancies, grievance and disciplinary hearings. I also work with members to put in place contracts of employment and a staff handbook which demonstrate good working practices to their employees. In my spare time I look after my horses; a Friesian and the latest addition, a Clydesdale yearling now two years old and over 16.2hh!”