The Employment Source March 2018

What to do if the worst happens

This edition of The Employment Source focuses on what to do if the worst happens. With recent statistics showing a 90% increase in claims brought to Employment Tribunal, this edition focuses on the best way forward if a complaint is brought to you.

We hope it doesn't, but it is always best to be prepared, which is why we've collated a selection of helpful downloads,such as our comic strip on the best way to handle a sexual harassment claim and a flowchart detailing the Employment Tribunal process.

In other news, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching and SA Law has created a fixed-price service to help your organisation comply with its new data protection obligations, click here to find out more.

We hope you find this edition useful, feel free to pass it on to friends or colleagues who might be interested.

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GDPR and Information Security: Are your employees trained to protect data?

With just a short while before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is implemented into UK law, there are many good reasons to check whether…

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The Employment Tribunal Process

Click here to download our flowchart and helpful process guide.Time limitsMost claims must be brought to the Employment Tribunal (ET) within 3 months…

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Insight into the life and career of Alicia Coad

Starting a new venture demands a responsive attitude to the first few years of operation, perhaps more so than any other point in the business life cycle.…

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The Employment Life cycle

Our employment life cycle wheel outlines some of the key compliance requirements for handling employee personal data. Many of the points should already…

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Data Protection Bill under challenge

Gemma Jones, Head of Immigration, explains the immigration exemptions within the upcoming GDPR

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Dutiful dismissals: The compliant approach to letting an employee go

Head of employment Chris Cook examines the compliant approach to letting an employee go

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Key learnings from SA Law's mock employment tribunal

SA Law helps employers prepare for the expected rise in tribunal claims. Read the key learnings for our popular mock tribunal event.

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Employment Appeal Tribunal upholds finding of discrimination

Keely Rushmore, Partner, examines how a recent case acts as a useful reminder of employers' obligations relating to discrimination

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