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Question Of The Month: Can A Former Employee Stop Their Image Being Used For Marketing Purposes?
If an individual employee can be identified directly from an image or from the image in conjunction with other readily available information on, for example, an employer's website ...
UK
10 Oct 2019
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Can Someone Who Is Paid Through Their Own Limited Company Be A Worker Or Employee?
Professionals and consultants may at times provide their services through an intermediary, such as their own "personal services company".
UK
27 Sep 2019
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Was Disclosure In The Public Interest When Made In Defence Of Concerns About Poor Performance?
Workers are protected from detrimental treatment as a result of making a protected disclosure (or 'whistleblowing').
UK
26 Sep 2019
4
Health Is Everyone's Business
Proposals to reduce ill health-related job loss
UK
25 Sep 2019
5
Does An Employer Have To Assert A Specific Fair Reason For Dismissal To Defend A Constructive Dismissal Claim?
If an employee resigns and subsequently claims constructive unfair dismissal (by claiming an employer's action caused a fundamental breach to the employment contract),
UK
12 Sep 2019
6
The Law Society Has Published Guidance To Workers On Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
The guidance is designed to clarify key aspects of NDAs and signposts where to get advice from.
UK
4 Sep 2019
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Employment Law Bulletin - August 2019
We take a brief look at some of the employment-related topics on which the Government is currently consulting.
UK
30 Aug 2019
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Question Of The Month: How Should Holiday Pay Be Calculated For Term-Time Only Workers?
Part-time workers are commonly paid holiday pay at the rate of 12.07% of earnings. But how do employers come to this figure?
UK
29 Aug 2019
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Women And Equalities Committee Suggest Fundamental Changes To Enforce The Equality Act 2010
"Current model is dependent on individual enforcement rather than seeking institutional change" say Committee.
UK
29 Aug 2019
10
Was An Employer Vicariously Liable For Workplace Harassment Via Social Media?
Employers can be vicariously liable for the actions of employees under the Equality Act 2010 ('EqA'10'). The issue of vicarious liability for losses caused by the wrongdoing
UK
22 Aug 2019
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Changes To Companies House Register Help Protect Health And Safety Of Individuals By Restricting Public Access To Personal Information
This is helpful for persons who may be at risk of personal threat of harm because of their public profile or sensitive occupation.
UK
15 Aug 2019
12
Could An Employee Claim Breach Of Contract When She Had Been Working Illegally?
If someone is employed illegally, will they have any rights under the employment contract or any protection under employment law?
UK
12 Aug 2019
13
Have Your Say On Work/Family Life Balance, The Gig Economy And Ill-Health Related Job Loss
Consultations are a useful way to provide feedback on particular topics and represent a real opportunity for individuals and organisations to provide working knowledge and practical experience on the issues the government is seeking to tackle.
UK
8 Aug 2019
14
Employment Law Bulletin - July 2019
As temperatures soar, we consider some of the current hot topics for employers in four complex and interesting cases in the EAT and Court of Appeal.
UK
7 Aug 2019
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Stereotypical Assumptions About A Health Condition Could Be Disability Discrimination – Even If The Employee Is Not Disabled
Court of Appeal confirms perceived disability discrimination claims are permissible under the Equality Act 2010
UK
2 Aug 2019
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Question Of The Month: Can An Employee Make A Covert Recording?
Making a covert recording could be gross misconduct in some circumstances but the recording may be admissible in the employment tribunal
UK
1 Aug 2019
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Was A Christian NHS Trust Director Discriminated Against For Expressing His Views On Same-Sex Couple Adoption?
Employers need to have a clear non-discriminatory reason for action when dealing with religious expression
UK
31 Jul 2019
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Could An Employee Bring A Disability Discrimination Claim After Keeping Her Serious Mental Health Condition Secret?
Employer could not reasonably be expected to know about a disability as employee was unlikely to engage with medical enquiries.
UK
11 Jul 2019
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Can Employers Change Terms And Conditions By Making Offers Directly To Workers And Avoiding Trade Union Negotiations?
Inducements to forgo collective bargaining: the risk of penal awards decreases after Court of Appeal decision.
UK
2 Jul 2019
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Is A Visual Impairment A Disability If It Can Be Treated?
A condition will be a disability under the Equality Act 2010 if it is a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on someone's
UK
25 Jun 2019
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