9 Important ways that GDPR will affect how your business trades

February 21, 2017

Every business should know by now how to operate within the regulations of the DPA (Data Protection Act). I know what you’re thinking. This is all way too simple. If only the EU could come up with an even more complicated law on data protection that would really test us.

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Court of Appeal decides that a ‘self-employed’ plumber has worker rights

February 13, 2017
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Last week, the Court of Appeal said that a ‘self-employed’ plumber who worked for Pimlico Plumbers (PP) was a worker. A worker sits between an employee and someone who is self-employed.

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What are the implications for businesses that have signed contracts Pre-Brexit? Pt.1

February 8, 2017
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In this blog, we consider the legal implications for businesses that have signed legal agreements prior to Brexit taking place.

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Is it illegal to force women to wear high heels in the workplace?

February 1, 2017
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Women being forced to wear high heels at work has been the subject of a report by a parliamentary committee. The committee looked at whether it was illegal for an employer to require its female staff to wear high heels.

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