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Employment Law Updates & Latest News From EmployEasily Legal Services

The Employment Tribunal has ruled that a manager of Poundland was unfairly dismissed for handing out free items to customers.

As an employer, it is your duty to ensure employees feel comfortable at their place of work.

Christmas is now just a distant memory, January can therefore be perceived as the most depressing month of the year. According to the Metro, the third Monday in January is ‘Blue Monday’ – scientifically the worst day of the year.

A summary of key employment case decisions over the past month.

2018 is set to bring a host of demanding challenges for employers - at EmployEasily, we have summarised the top 4 that employers should be aware of.

Over the last year, employment law headlines have been dominated by case law developments on employment status, annual leave, religious dress in the workplace and shared parental leave.

Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998 provides that all individuals have the right to respect for private and family life. Therefore, would video surveillance of lecture theatres violate a university professor’s right to privacy?

The Government have confirmed that following low referral rates, the national fit for work referral scheme will be scrapped in England and Wales on 31st March 2018 and on 31st May in Scotland.

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