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Is the fear of catching COVID-19 a belief worth protecting?

United Kingdom - January 14 2022 This question was considered by the Employment Tribunal in the recent case of X v Y. In a decision that will be welcomed by employers, the tribunal…

Antonia Blackwell

Five tricky issues when calculating holiday pay

European Union, United Kingdom - November 22 2021 Calculating holiday pay can be a difficult and complicated area of employment law to navigate. There have been a number of notable cases handed down…

Adele Hayfield

When and how should employers be using a Data Protection Impact Assessment?

United Kingdom - June 10 2021 A Data Protection Impact Assessment (“DPIA”) is a process which helps employers to identify, analyse and minimise the data protection risks of a…

Adele Hayfield

National Minimum and Living Wage Updates: A word of warning

United Kingdom - March 24 2021 From April 1 2021 new rates for the National Minimum Wage (“NMW”) and the National Living Wage (“NLW”) will take effect. Chancellor Rishi Sunak…

A Conservative victory: what does this mean for employment law?

European Union, United Kingdom - December 17 2019 The Conservative Party won the 2019 election with a majority that has not been seen since the Thatcher years. However, the Conservative manifesto was…