This article is the start of a series of brief guides to employers on the necessary considerations and practical action points that may need to be taken in consequence of GDPR. We will do this by taking you through various points in the employment life cycle, or in key contexts, starting firstly with recruitment.
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There are more than 42,000 people in the UK under 65 with Dementia. It's therefore becoming increasingly important to continue to raise awareness of dementia and this article considers practical steps that can be taken to help you and your family plan for the future.
What is an organisation's obligation to seek to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in their supply chains? I was delighted to be asked to be on the panel of speakers for the recent 'Transparency in Supply Chains' event, organised by Brightwork Recruitment, which shared some valuable insight and lessons.
Research has shown the impact of 'Adverse Childhood Experiences' on an individual's long-term health. Given the stress which being involved in court proceedings can bring, it is timely that the Scottish Government has now launched a consultation to consider how children and victims of domestic violence can be prioritised in family court cases when parents separate.
Trainee Solicitor's credibility questioned? Conflict in acting for injured party & credit hire Company? Do these questions justify sanction for Counsel?
Trainee Solicitor's credibility questioned? Conflict in acting for injured party and credit hire Company? Does either of these questions justify sanction for Counsel? The All-Scotland Personal Injury Court recently considered these issues in the case of Neil Robertson v Esure Insurance Limited.