Employment Law Updates
Records of Working Time
A claim has been brought in the European Court of Justice concerning recording hours worked by workers.   What happened A trade union brought a claim to the Spanish National High Court for a judgment that Deutsche Bank was under an obligation to record the actual daily working time of...
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Employment Law Updates
Clarifying the Time Limit for Providing Written Statement of Employment Terms
Under section 1 of the Employment Rights Act 1996, employers have 2 months in which to provide their employees with a written statement of the terms of their employment (often referred to as a section one statement, strangely). However, a recent case in the EAT has confirmed that an employee...
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Employment Law Updates
GDPR Part 2!
Having a nice summer break? Looking forward to getting back to the office and getting on with the things that really matter…… like GDPR….. But wait a minute, that was so last May’s problem, right? We have our policies in place – what could go wrong, right?? RIGHT??? WRONG! For...
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Employment Law Updates
Working Time When On Stand By
A case from the European Court has examined whether stand by time is working time. Stand by time in this context was where the employee could be at home, as long as he was within a distance that allowed him to respond at work within a set time. The actual...
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