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UK: Court of Appeal rules on subject access requests

United Kingdom - March 16 2017 HR practitioners know only too well what an effective weapon a subject access request (SAR) can be in the hands of an aggrieved employee or...

Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Christine Young.


UK: independent review recommends employers publish workforce data broken down by race and pay band

United Kingdom - March 1 2017 The independent Baroness McGregor-Smith Review into race in the workplace was published on 28 February 2017. It sets out evidence that people from BME...

Bradley Richardson, Mark Ife, Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Paul Ellerman, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: Supreme Court refuses to hear statutory holiday pay case

United Kingdom, European Union - March 1 2017 The Supreme Court yesterday refused British Gas permission to appeal the Court of Appeal ruling that statutory holiday pay must include results-based...

Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: Disciplinary policies - employers should review provisions on expiry of warnings

United Kingdom - February 17 2017 Employers may wish to review their disciplinary and capability policies, in particular whether and when warnings are stated to expire and in what...

Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: Jurisdiction - claims for EU-derived rights may only be brought in the UK if working within the EU

European Union, United Kingdom - February 17 2017 In Wittenberg v Sunset Personnel Services the EAT has reiterated its view, originally given in Hasan v Shell International (see our blog post), that...

Miles Bastick, Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.