This month in the E-Bulletin we look at:-
- Taxation of termination payments - are you ready for 6 April 2018?
- Covert surveillance and privacy at work
- Sacking for refusing to work following a discriminatory demotion is fair
- Brexit and immigration - an update for employers
- Compensatory rest and the minimum periods it must be taken for
- General Data Protection Regulation Countdown - this month we look at data minimisation
- Perceived discrimination - a claim for perceived disability discrimination has been upheld by the EAT
- Gig economy watch - we look at the latest news
- Our regular round up of employment law in the news
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ESSENTIAL EMPLOYMENT LAW SEMINARS
We will be running our latest Essential Employment Law Seminars in both our Edinburgh and Glasgow offices in March.
This seminar will focus on the General Data Protection Regulation which will come into force on 25 May alongside the Data Protection Bill and which aims to modernise data protection in the UK, including the handling of subject access requests.
This will cover, in particular, the issues facing HR professionals and managers in respect of employee data and the handling of subject access requests.
The dates for the seminars are:-
The seminars will last approximately one hour, including questions and answers, with an opportunity for networking before and after.
Registration will take place from 5:00pm for a 5:30pm start for the evening seminar in Edinburgh and 8:15am for an 8:45am start for the breakfast seminar in Glasgow.
Please click on the links above to book.