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CMS On your radar | Key employment issues worldwide | April 2018
[CMS] On Your Radar
Dear Sir or Madam, We are delighted to enclose the latest edition of On Your Radar. Developments which caught our attention this quarter include the Spanish case brought before the European Court of Human Rights. This case ruled that an employer’s covert video recording, even where there was suspicions of improper activity, breached the employee’s human rights. The issue was about hidden cameras and reasonable expectations of privacy, an issue which will no doubt continue to prompt concern as cameras become an increasing feature of the modern workplace. In contrast in the UK a few employers have unwittingly been caught out by employees covertly recording their improper comments made during a disciplinary hearing adjournment, which was later deemed admissible in evidence. Beware of that smartphone left in the pocket! We were also interested to read about the Belgian government’s cash for car scheme and Peru’s progressive approach to reducing pay discrimination with the additional component that employers are obliged to justify their gender pay gaps through objective criteria. Food for thought for us all! You are welcome to forward this publication to any of your contacts. Our CMS employment law specialists are happy to assist you in answering any questions you may have at email@example.com. Best regards, The CMS Employment Team
CMS Guides to Dismissals (February 2018) CMS Guide to Pensions (March 2018) On your Radar (previous issue from January 2018) Employee representation and information, consultation and co-determination rights in Europe, Thomson Reuters Practical Law Switching on to switching off: Disconnecting Employees in Europe?, LawNow Article For more articles on employment-related topics, check out our Employment LawNow page.
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