Tag: The General Data Protection Regulation

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...

Working from the coffice? What employers need to know

As employees increasing skip the office and work in coffee shops or ‘coffices’, Tom Moyes, Partner at...

Employers must inform staff if emails are monitored says the ECHR, in landmark case.

Employers cannot ‘reduce private social life in the workplace to zero’, says the European Court of Human...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (August 25)

Minor discrepancies between the name of the prospective respondent in an Acas early conciliation certificate and...

Wearable Technology: is it OK to track your employees?

Giving employees a free Fitbit sounds like a great engagement or wellbeing programme but what do employers...

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