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Employment Brief - January 2018
  • Published:
    22 January
  • Area of Law:
    Employment

Employment Brief - January 2018

Welcome to the latest edition of our Employment Brief, covering Employment news and cases that could affect your business.

Please click here to read more. Articles include:

  • EAT finds against Uber on “worker” status but Uber appeals
  • Unfair dismissal: does failure to provide right to work documentation constitute illegality?
  • Disciplinary investigations: can you be too thorough?
  • Tribunal fees refund scheme launched
  • Workers wrongly refused holiday pay may claim for entire working period
  • Can an employer be vicariously liable for an employee’s deliberate data breach?
  • Things to look out for in 2018

 
For more information on the topics covered or for any other employment related matters, please contact a member of the Employment Team.

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