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Belief in public sector efficiency could be a protected belief

United Kingdom - June 1 2016 In Harron -v- Dorset Police 2016, the EAT held that a belief that the public service is improperly wasteful of money could potentially be a...

Lidia Poczok, Linda Farrell, Justin Costley.

High Court allows search and destruction of confidential information on ex-employees’ electronic devices

United Kingdom - June 1 2016 In Arthur J. Gallagher Services (UK) Ltd and ors -v- Skriptchencko and others 2016, the High Court made an order allowing a previous employer to...

Lidia Poczok, Linda Farrell, Justin Costley.

No reasonable expectation of privacy in material passed to employer by the police

United Kingdom - June 1 2016 The EAT has dismissed the appeal in Garamukanwa -v- Solent NHS Trust 2016, holding that there was no reasonable expectation of privacy in a series of...

Lidia Poczok, Linda Farrell, Justin Costley.

Definition of ‘in employment’ for discrimination purposes

United Kingdom - June 1 2016 The Court of Appeal has overturned a decision of the EAT in Secretary of State for Justice -v- Windle and Arada 2016. The absence of an 'umbrella...

Lidia Poczok, Linda Farrell, Justin Costley.

Voluntary overtime may have to be included in holiday pay - but watch this space...

United Kingdom - June 1 2016 In White and others -v- Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council 2016, a Tribunal has held that voluntary overtime could be considered part of an...

Lidia Poczok, Linda Farrell, Justin Costley.