Employment Law News Analysis

Getting HR Ready for GDPR
As you may be aware, the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in the UK on 25 May 2018. GDPR brings with it a new regime for data protection...
Caroline Cockbain
18th Jan 2018
Monitoring of personal messages - Comments
As reported in our news article the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) recently handed down a high profile decision concerning an employee’s right to privacy.
Gillian Melville
19th Jan 2016
No special rules for social media misconduct - expert comments
Whilst the EAT declined to give any specific guidance to employers on how to deal with dismissals for misuse of social media in the case of The British Waterways...
David Reid
18th Aug 2015
Glasgow bin lorry inquiry - lessons to be learned - in employment
Once the individual starts work, the employer has an ongoing duty to the employee and to others to ensure they remain fit for the job they are doing and to...
David McRae
17th Aug 2015
Glasgow bin lorry inquiry - lessons to be learned - during recruitment
Most employers know that section 60 of the Equality Act 2010 means they are not generally permitted to ask job applicants questions about their health before...
David McRae
17th Aug 2015
Metropolitan Police Officers and staff told not to get any more visible tattoos - Expert Comments
Metropolitan Police Officers and staff told not to get any more visible tattoos and to formally register the ones they already have.
David Reid
19th Oct 2012
ACAS Guidance on Social Networking - Expert Comments
On 1 September 2011 ACAS launched guidance on its website to help UK employers and employees get to grips with cyber issues which are estimated to cost businesses...
David Reid
15th Sep 2011
Payment of employees unable to attend work - Expert Comments
Are employees entitled to be paid if they are unable to attend work?
Just Employment Law
18th Dec 2010
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