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Can covert surveillance be used as evidence when carrying out an investigation?
  • McDowell Purcell
  • Ireland
  • February 24 2017

Covert surveillance often involves an employer monitoring an employee thrush the use of CCTV. The current position adopted by the Data Protection


Discrimination against oil and gas workers
  • Brodies LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 24 2017

Much has been said in the press recently about oil and gas sector workers facing ‘discrimination’ from recruiters and prospective employers. There are


Subject access requests: Court of Appeal confirms that a requester's motive does not justify a refusal to comply
  • Bond Dickinson LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 24 2017

The case of Dawson-Damer and Others v Taylor Wessing LLP 2017 EWCA Civ 74 addresses the questions of whether an organisation can refuse to comply


During a workplace investigation, under what circumstances can you suspend an employee?
  • McDowell Purcell
  • Ireland
  • February 24 2017

Up until relatively recently, an employer could generally suspend an employee with pay pending an investigation as long as the right to suspend was


Saliva tests, breathalysers, protection of whistleblowers: time for employers in France to update their internal rules
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • USA
  • February 24 2017

Several recent developments require companies with at least 20 employees in France to update their current internal rules: the new discriminatory


Can employees use secret recordings of investigation meetings as evidence in a tribunal hearing?
  • McDowell Purcell
  • Ireland, United Kingdom
  • February 24 2017

An issue causing increasing concern for HR practitioners is the practice of employees recording grievance and disciplinary meetings without the


Queen for a day: If I ran the world, would I scrap our employment laws?
  • Constangy Brooks Smith & Prophete LLP
  • USA
  • February 24 2017

Walter Olson of the great Overlawyered.com sent a challenge over Twitter earlier this week: I have to admit, I needed time to process this! I complain


Guess Which Groups Have The Highest Risk Of Workplace Injury?
  • FisherBroyles LLP
  • USA
  • February 24 2017

No, it’s not lawyers - they just have the highest risk of depression


Penalty shootout: Fair Work Commission decides to change penalty rates
  • Russell Kennedy
  • Australia
  • February 24 2017

Yesterday the Fair Work Commission handed down a decision to reduce Sunday, public holiday and late nightearly morning penalty rates in various


Not saying “good morning” as ADA retaliation
  • Sun Life Financial Inc
  • USA
  • February 24 2017

In a surprising decision, a federal court in New York denied an employer's motion for summary judgment on an ADA retaliation case even though the