Usually employers are worried about their investigations not being detailed enough. However, in the case of NHS 24 v Pillar the question was whether the investigation was too thorough!
In the first ever class action for a data breach in the UK, the High Court has found that WM Morrisons Supermarkets PLC was vicariously liable for a deliberate disclosure of personal data.
Employers need to stay on the right side of the immigration rules.
A worker is protected from detriment or dismissal under UK whistleblowing laws if he or she discloses information in the reasonable belief that it is made in the public interest.
Many of us have told a white lie or two at some stage – a fib designed to spare someone’s feelings. However, in the case of Rawlinson v Brightside Group Ltd the lie tied the employer in knots.
Worker status and rights are rarely out of the press at the moment. The recent EU holiday pay case of King v Sash Window Workshop adds another dimension.
You may of seen the independent review of THSP’s Risk Assessment Builder in the January edition of MEPCA. Just in case you missed it here it is again!
An accident can end up costing a company thousands of pounds; and even worse than this, a life.
Two US navy pilots were disciplined because they drew an enormous picture in the sky over Washington State of male genitalia using their aircraft.
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