MEET THE TEAM
Dylan Loughlin founded Copacetic Business Solutions in November 2018 with the aim to provide professional and practical Human Resource advice to clients, as well as representing parties in the Office of the Industrial Tribunal.
In relation to Human Resource management, Dylan is fuelled by the nuances of Employment Relations, specifically, staff turnover intentions and the understanding of why people may want to remain within and organization or in the alternative, to leave it. He also enjoys workplace investigations and the importance of impartiality in respect of decision making which is based on data.
The importance and intricacies of the Rules and Procedures is something which Dylan thrives on- he would often represent Claimants and Respondents at Case Management, Pre-Hearing and Full Merits levels and has done so in both Northern Ireland and England.
2017 – BA (Hons) Spanish and French
2018 – M.Sc. Human Resource Management
2019 – Postgraduate Certificate in Employment Law
2020 – LL.M. Employment Law (Pending)
Associate Membership of the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development (Assoc. CIPD)
Mediation Practice Certificate (Pending)
Disponible para propocionar servicios en español si es necesario.
Disponible pour fournir des services en français, si nécessaire.
Claire-Louise is a final year Law student at Queens University, Belfast with an interest in discrimination law, gender equality, disabilities and reasonable adjustments.
Claire-Louise spent two years as a paralegal at a well known law firm before joining the Copacetic family in July 2019.
At Copacetic, Claire-Louise focuses on tribunal correspondence ensuring that all outstanding matters are dealt with in advance of tribunal and works with our clients to keep them informed and well briefed.
When not at Copacetic, Claire-Louise is normally volunteering with a number of community organisations including as Chairperson of a cultural and literacy society named Pangur Ban in her fight against social inequalities and injustices.
Carrie joined the Copacetic team at the end of 2019 after completing her degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice with Ulster University. She is currently working towards completing a CIPD Level 5 Diploma in Human Resource Management.
Carrie brings many years’ experience working in some of the retail giants and FOREX markets, therefore she is familiar with the challenges and opportunities faced by those workforces and how to overcome them.
At Copacetic Carrie looks after policy and procedures, generalist advice and has a specific interest in recruitment practices and equality legislation.
Pat has extensive HR and Employment Law experience within each of the UK jurisdictions and in the Republic of Ireland, with a portfolio of 28 years’ experience.
Pat is not one to shy away from an argument and thoroughly enjoys the intricacies and nuances in representing both Claimants and Respondents in the Office of the Industrial and Fair Employment Tribunal.
Coming from a Trade Union background, to working with organizations in assisting, developing and managing HR, he is well equipped and experienced to deal with any market changes.
Stephanie has been part of the team from its early stages. Although she does not contribute to the HR and Employment Law aspect, she is a social media and branding extraordinaire.
Stephanie runs her own business called Stefany Watson Brand Servicing (SWBS) and assists with the “Business Solutions,” aspect of Copacetic.