Updated to reflect that the Court of Appeal will not hear the appeal in Awan v ICTS UK Ltd because the parties reached a settlement.
Updated to include information on Gilham v Ministry of Justice, in which the Supreme Court considered the status of judicial officeholders for the purpose of the right to freedom of expression and whistleblowing protection.
With just one week until the general election, Kerry Garcia and Jackie Penlington of Stevens & Bolton LLP examine what the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are proposing for immigration.
In Dewhurst and others v Revisecatch Ltd t/a Ecourier and another, an employment tribunal controversially held that TUPE protection extends beyond employees to cover workers.
As always, HR professionals have had their fair share of employment law cases to keep track of in 2019. We count down the 10 most important judgments of the year that every employer should know about.
Should the same punishment be handed down to everyone when there are multiple culprits? Can an expired warning be taken into account? Can a disciplinary sanction be increased on appeal? We discuss some common dilemmas for employers when deciding on disciplinary penalties.
Updated to take account of the ICO's template "appropriate policy document", which employers must have in place when processing special category personal data and criminal records data.
Updated to reflect new ICO guidance on special categories of personal data.
In Royal Mail Group Ltd v Jhuti, the Supreme Court held that, where a dismissal for making protected disclosures is hidden behind an invented reason that is adopted by the decision-maker, the reason for the dismissal is the hidden reason rather than the invented one.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.