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Derecognising a Trade Union

We’re often asked by clients whether they can derecognise a trade union, when can it be done and what are the implications of derecognition. Here’s the lowdown: Firstly, what’s important to remember is that a good and healthy trade union relationship can be a real asset to a business. We are great believers in managing…

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Employment Law Update – June 2019

In this months employment law update we bring you a range of cases, all of which involve attempts to test boundaries, either in the context of the employment relationship or with regards to the interpretation of employment legislation. For full case summaries, please sign up to our monthly employment law updates. Firstly, we have Ms…

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Employment Law Update – May 2019

Welcome to this months employment law update. May has been a busy month with Mental Health Awareness Week, Learning at Work Week and Women’s Health Week – there’s been lots to think about! It’s also been a busy month for the Courts, which means we have a broad range of cases for you, covering everything…

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A Guideline on Employee Record Retention

We’re celebrating the 1 year GDPR anniversary by talking employee record retention. Article 5 of the GDPR states that personal data shall be kept no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it is being processed. Understandably many HR teams want to know what this means in practice. However, with the exception of…

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