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Taylor-made ideas for overhauling employment law

The Taylor Review “Good Work” report published this week included a wide range of proposals for reforming employment law, in support of the expressed ambition that all work in the UK economy should be “fair and decent” with realistic scope for development and fulfilment. Worker status The report recommends keeping the distinction between employees and […]

Court of Appeal sets some limits on requirement to comply with Subject Access Requests

The amount of time and resources a business has to spend complying with a subject access request has long been one of the most contentious areas of data protection law, particularly given that most subject access requests (SARs) are made during the course of employment litigation where the relationship between data controller and data subject […]

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