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Employee References

The High Court in the case of Hincks v Sense Network Limited has held that an employer was not negligent when it provided a negative reference. Background The Claimant was …

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New term implied into all new contracts of employment

The Supreme Court has held in the case of Newcastle upon Tyne Hospital NHS Trust v Haywood that a term will be implied into all contracts of employment that written …

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GDPR Masterclass – 24 April 2018

As I am sure you are already aware the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into force on 25 May 2018 to enhance protection to EU citizens from privacy …

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Strike out of claim for discussing case while under oath

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Chidzoy v British Broadcasting Corporation has upheld a decision to strike out a claim after the Claimant discussed her case while under …

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Gender reassignment discrimination

The employment tribunal has awarded a Claimant over £47,000 in compensation following successful claims of direct discrimination and harassment in relation to gender reassignment. Background The Claimant identified as a …

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