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The EAT has upheld an employment tribunal decision that covert recordings made by an employee could be admitted as evidence at a final hearing.

The Court of Appeal has held that a person's name is personal data within the meaning of section 1(1) of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), unless it is such a common name that without further information, such as its use in a work context, a person woul…

Like previous years, 2014 will see many changes to UK Employment Laws. This 'at a glance' overview provides details of what you can expect this year.

Losing at an Employment Tribunal just got more expensive for Employers. Tribunals will now have the power to order that a losing employer pay a financial penalty in specified circumstances.

The statutory framework introducing mandatory Acas early conciliation (EC) in tribunal claims is set out in sections 7 to 9 and Schedules 1 and 2 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.

Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 employers have a duty to assess the health and safety risks (including stress) to which their employees are exposed at work.

If your organisation handles personal information about individuals, such as personnel records, details about service users, databases of donors, you will have a number of legal obligations to protect that information.

The Zero Hours Contracts Bill 2013-2014, a Private Members' Bill, was published on 23 January 2014. The Bill aims to prohibit the use of zero hours contracts.

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