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Monitoring of Employees Internet Use

Monitoring of Employees Internet Use

The European Court of Human Rights held that an employer was entitled to read workers’ private messages sent over the internet on chat software, in this case Yahoo Messenger. Read more

Zero Hour Contracts

Zero Hour Contracts

Employees & Workers on zero hour contracts gained more protection as of 11th January 2016, with The Exclusivity Terms in Zero Hours Contracts (Redress) Regulations 2016 coming into force. Read more

National Minimum Wage companies named and shamed

National Minimum Wage companies named and shamed

The Government has released the latest list of companies who have failed to pay the National Minimum Wage (NMW) to its employees. Read more

Two divorced couples to revisit the terms of their divorce settlement

Two divorced couples to revisit the terms of their divorce settlement

Two women have succeeded in an appeal to enable the court to look at again at the terms of their divorce settlement, after their husbands failed to fully disclose the extent of their financial worth. Read more

A limited company can make a claim of direct discrimination by association

A limited company can make a claim of direct discrimination by association

The EAT has confirmed the original decision of the Employment Tribunal at a Preliminary Hearing to rule that the Equality Act allows a limited company to pursue claims where it has suffered detrimental treatment because of the protected characteristic of someone with whom it is associated. Read more

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