Employment Bulletin News

Employers can be liable for an employee’s activity online
The Court of Appeal have confirmed that Morrison Supermarkets plc is liable for the actions of a disgruntled employee who
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York Brewery fined over £39,000.00 for health and safety breaches
York Brewery has been ordered to pay a fine of £39,480.00 following an incident where a man sustained life-changing injuries
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Pay your data protection fee or risk a fine up to 10 times the amount
The ICO has issued its first fines for not paying the data protection fee to organisations across a range of
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More rights to carry over holidays
In a new case from the European Court of Justice, a worker who has not taken all their paid annual
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More self-employed drivers classed as workers giving them further rights
Addison Lee v Lange & Others is the latest in a series of cases where the Employment Appeal Tribunal is
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Drastic increase in claims made to the Employment Tribunal
Latest statistics from the Ministry of Justice show a 165% increase in single claims and a 344% increase in multiple
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Construction firm fined £1.25 million after gas leaks
A subsidiary of UK housing contractor Willmott Dixon has been ordered to pay close to £1.5 million in fines and
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A quarter of British employees experience discrimination in the workplace
Over a quarter of British workers have experienced some form of discrimination in the workplace, a new study has revealed.
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Almost half of UK employees ‘disguising’ mental health problems as physical illnesses at work, study finds
A recent report has indicated that almost half of UK workers are ‘disguising’ their mental health issues as physical illnesses
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Businesses Fined for not paying minimum wage
Official figures have revealed that a record £15.6 million of underpayment to workers has been uncovered in the past year,
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