Our October update is a focus on confidentiality and monitoring. These are areas that we…

In June the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Whistleblowing released their report outlining the experiences…

If anyone had been lulled into a false sense of security by the absence of…

The fundamental importance of the appeal stage of a dismissal has been reinforced recently by…

As we have recently passed the first anniversary of GDPR coming into force, we have…

Another gig economy case has found in favour of the “workers” after an Employment Tribunal…

April has traditionally been a busy month for employment law and 2019 is proving no…

On 4 March 2019 the Government published a consultation paper outlining its proposals to better…

In December 2018, the Government published the Good Work Plan (GWP) in response to the…

Restrictive covenants play a vital role in protecting any business. They are a measure used…

As we’re approaching the countdown to Christmas, a recent Court of Appeal decision has highlighted…

The breaches so far and how to ensure that you’re not next Last month British…

What does the case mean for you? The gig economy cases have been hitting the…

The impact of the GDPR on mergers and acquisitions In any corporate transaction, data transfer…

GDPR final top ten tips There’s less than 24 hours to go and hopefully you’ve…

When does the dismissal take effect? It’s not uncommon for dismissals to be issued shortly…

More workers, less self-employed contractors Addison Lee are the latest company to fall foul of…

The Results Lowdown Midnight 4 April 2018 was the deadline for private sector employers, with…

The countdown to compliance With a requirement to comply with the new regulations in just…

Dyson prevents former employee from working for competitor The High Court has recently upheld a…

The end of tax free PILONs From 6 April 2018 employers will no longer be…

GDPR- The Countdown Dealing with breaches This is the last in our three-part series about…

Welcome to the second instalment in our three-part GDPR series. This time we’re talking documentation…

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming on 25 May 2018, and time is…

This is our first in our three-part series of updates on the GDPR to make…

According to figures published in December 2017, the UK gender pay gap is at a…

Further to last month’s update, Uber did apply to take their appeal directly to the…

Uber has lost its appeal in the EAT (Employment Appeal Tribunal) against the ruling that…

By May 25th 2018 you’ll need to comply with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)….

It’s recently been suggested that small and medium-sized businesses may hold the key to an…

With more and more people now putting their lives on social networking sites, the more…

Those companies with an annual payroll of more than £3 million are already paying the…

Excel Group services have become the latest company who have fallen foul of the “worker”…

We finally have some good news for employers who have been fearing claims for holiday…

Mental health issues in the workplace are more and more prevalent today. There is also…

The Supreme Court has refused British Gas permission to appeal in the longstanding holiday pay…

The Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations have finally been approved and they will come into…

In 2015 the Government revealed ambitious targets to dramatically increase apprenticeships in the UK and…