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Moving to a remote or hybrid working model: an employer's checklist

United Kingdom - April 14 2021 Covid-19, with its enforced move to remote working for many, has inevitably resulted in employers considering what their post-pandemic working model…

Julie Keir.

GDPR - the danger of relying on consent for the processing of employee data

United Kingdom - October 7 2019 An employer in Greece has been fined €150,000 by the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (HDPA), the Greek equivalent of the UK’s Information…

A reminder of the need for employers to exercise caution when carrying out dismissals before or after a TUPE transfer

United Kingdom - March 27 2019 In a recent Court of Appeal case, an employer unsuccessfully argued that the dismissal of an employee prior to a TUPE transfer was unconnected to the…

88 year-old NHS secretary becomes the oldest person to win an age discrimination claim

United Kingdom - March 25 2019 An Employment Tribunal has found that the dismissal of an 88 year-old medical secretary was unfair and ‘tainted by discrimination’. The facts The…

Awan v ICTS Ltd: dismissing an employee who is receiving PHI benefits

United Kingdom - February 26 2019 Do you provide, or are you considering providing, permanent health insurance (PHI) to your employees? If so, the EAT has highlighted the importance of…