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Is workplace monitoring on the rise?

Chris Amys
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The TUC has published new figures revealing 56% of workers believe they are being monitored at work by their employers, such as monitoring their internet browsing history, watching CCTV footage, viewing workplace emails,  and listening into calls on...

Is working 9am-5pm no longer the norm?

Chris Amys
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A recent YouGov poll indicates that fewer people than expected work a traditional 9am-5pm shift. The survey discovered that just 6% of people in the UK work such hours. YouGov’s survey should not come as a surprise to employers as the UK is...

Gender pay gap reporting

Chris Amys
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In 2018, organisations across the UK with 250 or more employees published their gender pay gap data for the first time. Unsurprisingly many organisations disclosed they have a gender pay gap, with the average being approximately 18%. However the figure...

Deadline to submit a claim to the Employment Tribunal

Chris Amys
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he recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Miah v Axis Security has considered an issue which arose when presenting a claim to the Employment Tribunal close to the limitation deadline. Mr Miah’s deadline to submit his claim of unfair dismissal...

Data breaches significantly up since the introduction of GDPR

Chris Amys
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New figures from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) reveal that there has been a significant increase in the number of potential data breaches reported to the ICO since the introduction of GDPR in May 2018. The number of reported potential...

A post-Christmas marital meltdown?

Alison Webber
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A post-Christmas marital meltdown? Partner Alison Webber gives some seasonal advice It’s not a widely known fact, but for several years post-Christmas divorce rates have seen a steady rise. Data from the Office for National Statistics shows that...

Workers bring equal pay claim against Tesco

Chris Amys
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Over 1,000 workers at Tesco are bringing claims in the Employment Tribunal for equal pay. This is a significant increase from the initial 100 workers who issued claims earlier this year. However, with up to 200,000 workers who could be affected by the claims...

When employer fails to consider alternatives to dismissal

Chris Amys
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Dr Ali, a GP at the Bedford Family Practice went on long-term sick leave following a heart attack and an ongoing heart condition. His employer received a medical report confirming it was unlikely Dr Ali would be able to return to work full-time, but might be...

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