Tag: GDPR

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (8 December 2018)

Employment Tribunals are not bound to follow an agreed list of issues when determining cases. They...

GDPR: Managing staff incapacity and health information

The initial implementation of GDPR has (hopefully) been put into place, says Helen Hall, Legal Director of...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (25 May 2018)

The EAT has held that a tribunal was correct in upholding a dismissal for multiple separate...

Subject Access Requests under the GDPR

Often employees wish to see a copy of the personal data that their employer holds about them....

GDPR, employees and privacy statements

Privacy statements are designed to inform employees in a clear and transparent manner of how their data...

Hidden cost of workplace surveillance

Developments in technology mean that HR professionals are increasingly having to consider the ways in which data...

Do we need a Data Protection Officer?

As the deadline for the General Data Protection Regulation approaches, Katie Harris-Wright, senior associate at Birketts LLP...

Vicarious liability for data protection breaches

Vicarious liability renders an employer liable for the legal wrongdoing of an employee, even in circumstances where...

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