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  • Overview

    In this edition of Workplace Law we have included a round up of our coronavirus thoughts on one web page, changes to right to work checks on employees due to the crisis, Panorama’s findings on the DWP’s discrimination track record, a case on breach of data privacy by an employee of Morrisons, the changes to contracts of employment from April 2020, and hot off the virtual press this years updated facts and figures on employment payments and compensation increases.

    COVID-19: Understanding what Coronavirus means for you and your business

    The impact of coronavirus on people, businesses and supply chains is unfolding on a daily basis. The final effect of COVID-19 remains to be seen, but here can find our latest insight into the impact of the coronavirus outbreak and our guidance on what businesses and individuals need to be aware of and how they should respond. 

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    Vicarious Liability and Data Breach - Supreme Court decision

    The general assumption is that employees who commit data breaches incur liabilities for their employers and not themselves. It is certainly the case when fines are imposed by the Information Commissioners Office.  

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    The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has lost more employment tribunals for disability discrimination than any other employer from 2016-19 

    A recent BBC Panorama investigation has uncovered that the DWP lost 17 out of 133 claims of discrimination brought by its own disabled employees from 2016-19. 

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    6 April 2020: Changes to Employment Contracts and Section 1 Statements

    As you are all most probably aware, 6 April 2020 introduces many changes to contracts of employment and section 1 statements which concerns the information that employers must provide to its employees and workers.

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    Fact & Figures - April 2020

    With employment law changing so frequently, we are mindful that employers may find it hard to keep up to date with the latest regulations. Therefore, please click on the following link to read the latest Employment Facts & Figures from 6 April 2020. 

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