In this edition of Workplace Law we consider ACAS’ guidance on the coronavirus, the property firm that has decided to ban meaty expenses and what to do in the event of a data protection breach.
Although the risk of catching the COVID-19 virus is extremely low, ACAS has published advice for employers on how to deal with the impact of the virus in the workplace.
Property developers, Igloo Regeneration, recently announced that they would not reimburse their 30-strong staff for food expenses that contained meat.
I remember from my German studies that linguistically there is a difference between “when,” as a possibility (use if!) and “when,” as an inevitability. I think, in the case of personal data breaches, that it is definitely a case of “when” and not “if.”