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April 2018 Edition  

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Hethertons Solicitors Employment Bulletin

Our aim is to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us. This bulletin will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

 Helping businesses get on track with GDPR


Hethertons Solicitors is playing its part in ensuring local businesses are meeting their obligations with regards to their data management.

With the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) set to become law on 25 May 2018, it has been decided it is once again time to get the message out there.

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  Hammering the GDPR message home


Maintaining the theme of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the importance of businesses becoming compliant before the new laws come into effect (25 May 2018), Hethertons Solicitors organised another talk on this most prescient of subjects.

This time around Senior Associate David Scott was flying the Hethertons’ flag solo as, in a joint venture with local training provider, the Livus Training Centre, he spoke at the Bite-Sized Management and Leadership Lunch.

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  Advice on returning to work for local parents


Hethertons will be taking part in another seminar; this time organised by Avacodo Events and aimed at parents returning to work following parental leave.

Senior Associate, David Scott, will once again be on hand to provide a professional perspective on the challenges they would face and the legal rights parents had when making the shift from fulltime childcare back into employment.

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  York’s gender pay gap widens by 50 per cent


Councillors in York are calling for action to be taken, after it was revealed the pay gap between men and women in the city had grown by over 50 per cent.

The figures relate to the past 11 years and come at a time when the employer deadline for reporting gender pay gaps has not long expired.

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  Health and safety concerns reign in work on white horse


Health and safety officers have called a halt on work to North Yorkshire’s famous white horse due to safety concerns.

Kilburn’s renowned hillside etching had been maintained by a group of volunteers, but the Forestry Commission, which owns the land on which the king-size horse is painted, has stepped in to take over the work.

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