Welcome to a festive edition of Workplace Law, in the articles that follow we look at GDPR and the risks of allowing employees to access work emails from personal devices, Collaborative Employment Law and our Christmas wish.
Is it a coincidence that X-mas and GDPR both have four letters in them? We think not; and so here is a festive update on GDPR. This is our present from us to you, you’re welcome.
The Employment Tribunal national user group has published the minutes of its most recent summit. These minutes make for very insightful reading, and we feel they highlight the necessity for businesses to look for new and innovative means to approaching disputes in the workplace.
In a November Workplace Law article we highlighted the continued uncertainty of the position of the three-to-four million EU nationals residing in the UK, and the employers that employ them, in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
We bid a farewell to Elizabeth Maxwell, our solicitor and friend. After starting a family, Elizabeth has decided to join a firm much closer to her home.
We wish her all the best in her future endeavours.