In People Management, Keely Rushmore gives her comments on a recent case where a man whose former employer provided discriminatory references. The case is a stark reminder that giving references is fraught with danger.
Tribunal win for man whose former employer provided discriminatory references
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Employers feel unprepared for GDPR deadline
Senior Associate Keely Rushmore comments in People Management on the GDPR and how companies weren't ready for the changes
ICO publishes final version of guidance on consent
Head of employment at SA Law St Albans, Chris Cook, discusses the ICO's guidance on consent
Introducing Nikita Sonecha
Head of Employment and Data, Chris Cook, introduces solicitor Nikita Sonecha to the employment and data team.
Key Employment Law Updates & Legislation Changes April & May 2018
There have been several key changes to employment law this April, including national minimum wage increases, changes to statutory payments and compensation…
Coming clean on NDAs
With the SRA taking a hard line on non-disclosure agreement,s law firms must assess whether they are covering up serious misconduct. Keely Rushmore comments…
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.