Employment Bulletin News

When will a resignation not be the end of employment?
An employment tribunal has found that the managing director of an electrical supplies firm, who resigned during a dispute, had
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Construction firm fined after worker killed
A construction company has been fined after a worker was killed when a concrete slab collapsed underneath him during a
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More than 160,000 data breaches reported since GDPR legislation implemented
According to the latest industry research, more than 160,000 data-breaches have been reported to authorities in the 18 months since
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BBC radio presenter Sarah Montague receives settlement over equal pay dispute
BBC radio presenter Sarah Montague has become the latest presenter to receive an equal pay settlement from the broadcaster after
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Equality watchdog states that social media posts and ‘banter’ can be sexual harassment
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned employers that ‘banter’ and social media posts can be sexual harassment. Rebecca
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Judge rules Ethical Veganism should be protected by law
An employment tribunal has ruled that Ethical Veganism is a philosophical belief and should, therefore, be protected in law. The
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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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