Employment Bulletin News

Four in 10 businesses fail GDPR tests, study reveals
Just 4 in 10 businesses are fully compliant with new European data protection rules, a major study has revealed. The
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A third of workers have witnessed racial discrimination
According to the findings of the latest workplace study, one in three adults have experienced or witnessed racial discrimination in
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Payout for 89-year-old NHS secretary sacked ‘because she wouldn’t use the office computer’
An NHS trust has made a payout to an 89-year-old woman who was found by an Employment Tribunal to have
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Company fined after worker loses his arm in conveyor belt accident
A waste recycling plant has been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after an employee lost part of
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Boots facing legal action over equal pay claim
High Street giant Boots could be set for a £180 million payout to staff over an equal pay claim affecting
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Over half of employers unaware of the upcoming Good Work Plan
According to a recent survey, over half of UK employers are unaware of how the upcoming Good Work Plan changes
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Director sentenced after worker suffers life-changing injuries
The former director of a now-dissolved landscaping company from Leeds has been sentenced for safety breaches after one of his
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IR35: What you need to know
HMRC has issued new guidance for fee-payers, intermediaries and engagers to assist them with the operation of the revised rules
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MPs lead calls for workplaces to protect women experiencing menopause
MPs are leading calls for the Government to implement clear workplace policies to protect women who are experiencing menopause. A
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Over half of UK businesses are still not fully GDPR compliant
According to the findings of a recent survey, more than half of UK businesses are still not fully compliant with
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