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In a recent case, Morrisons supermarket was found vicariously liable for a malicious data breach carried out by an employee with a grudge against his employer. The case gives a sharp reminder that when it comes to data, protection begins at home. Molly Paatz, a solicitor at Burges Salmon LLP looks at how employers can minimise the risks.
A London council is to offer extra maternity and paternity leave to all staff who become parents to premature babies.
2017 was a landmark year for legal developments in the gig economy. As we await the Government's full response to the Taylor review, Katherine Newman flags up the areas employers should keep an eye on this year.
Brexit may mean a degree of uncertainty in employment law, but what is the direction of travel in 2018? Beverley Sunderland considers the key issues likely to arise.
Almost half of UK workers (47%) are looking to change jobs in 2018, Investors in People's annual Job Exodus survey has found.
XpertHR's survey of 324 employers explores the level of discipline and grievance activity among employees, and employer practice in this area.
Electrical company Dyson recently announced it would sue its former chief executive, Max Conze, for "breaching his fiduciary duties" and sharing company secrets. What are employers' obligations in this area? Susan Doris-Obando from Dentons explains.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.