If a business removes a benefit soon after a TUPE transfer, can that be lawful? A recent courst decision is a very useful illustration that as restrictive as the TUPE regulations are, context and circumstance is everything.
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If an employee doesn't commit gross misconduct, has a clean disciplinary and had not received any prior warnings from his employer, is a dismissal likely to be unfair?
GDPR and Employment: do you know how the GDPR applies to your disciplinary and grievance procedures?
This blog is part 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. This article looks at how the new regulation affects disciplinary and grievance procedures, which usually involve employee personal data.
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.
The annual update to employment tribunal limits has been released, and the increases are higher than we have seen in previous years.