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Updated guidance on data subject access requests
Employees have the right to ask employers for access to their personal data. Data subjectView Article Read more
Is an employer liable for a data protection breach committed by an employee?
An employer can be vicariously liable for the conduct of an employee where there isView Article Read more
How should employers calculate the timescale for responding to a data subject access request?
An employee has the right to make a data subject access request (DSAR) to obtainView Article Read more
Key employment law changes on the horizon for Spring 2018
With heavy snowfall across the country thanks to the “Beast from the East”, it’s hardView Article Read more
EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE – 23 JANUARY 2018
WITH MASTERCLASS ON GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) FROM EMPLOYMENT LAW AND HR PERSPECTIVES. WITHView Article Read more
Data breach – employer’s liability for an employee’s wrongdoing
Employers can be liable for wrongdoing committed by an employee where there is a sufficientView Article Read more
Monitoring in the workplace: can employers read employees’ emails?
A recent European Court ruling has held that a Romanian employee’s right to privacy wasView Article Read more
Data Protection: new obligations for employers
Proposed changes to data protection provisions are due to come into force next year, andView Article Read more
Employment law and the Queen’s Speech 2017
The Queen’s Speech 2017, delivered on 21 June, set out details of the legislation thatView Article Read more
Employees prosecuted for data offences
This year there have been reports of three separate prosecutions by the Information Commissioner’s OfficeView Article Read more