Neurotechnology – the future of the legal profession?
The principle of open justice is upheld by the EAT
I Spy – a blog on email monitoring at work
Changes to self-isolation rules in England and Scotland: what do they mean for employers?
Are “private” WhatsApp messages always as private as you think?
Covert CCTV monitoring possible without violating an employee's Article 8 privacy rights
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that covert surveillance to tackle workplace theft did not breach an […]
Employee expectations of privacy in the workplace – employers should still proceed with caution but a recent case highlights how privacy rights could be waived.
In the case of Garamukanwa v. United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has declared that an employee […]
GDPR – are your interests legitimate?
Under the GDPR the requirements for consent will be much stricter, particularly in the employment context, where it is generally accepted that the imbalance of power between the employer and employee is likely to invalidate any consent given by the employee.
Three months to go until GDPR comes into force: are you ready?
Has getting to grips with GDPR been lingering on your to-do list for the past year? With only three months […]
UK Employment Law Round-up – February 2018
In this issue we look at some of the key employment law developments that have been taking place over the […]