Adam Hartley rounds up recent case law and developments affecting employers and their advisers.
In the second of a three-part series on the GDPR, Michael Briggs and Antonia Blackwell consider employees‘ increased rights, the retention of personnel records and the content of privacy notices
The first deadline for submitting a gender pay gap report may have passed but, as Joanna Mason warns, the risks for employers who have identified a large gap are only likely to rise
The government should avoid making excessive changes to the employment status framework and focus on the distinction between ‘worker‘ and ‘self-employed‘, argues Diane Nicol
A major survey has revealed attitudes to women in small and medium-sized businesses remain decades behind the law, reports Michelle Last
Amanda Steadman outlines the lessons from three recent disability discrimination decisions, including a Court of Appeal ruling on how far employers have to go to understand whether they need to make reasonable adjustments
In ruling on the fairness of a headteacher‘s dismissal for failing to disclose a relationship with a sex offender, the UK‘s highest court appears to have cast doubt on the established test applied to misconduct dismissals, reveal Emma Burrows and Anna Scott