Employment, Immigration & Pensions Update - July 2017

A monthly update from the Employment, Immigration & Pensions team, containing news about recent and topical developments in employment, immigration and pensions law.

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Kerry Garcia, Lloyd Davey
  1. Attorney General's opinion could mean large historic liabilities for gig economy workers' holiday pay

    The Attorney General (“AG”) has recently given his opinion in the case of King v Sash Window Workshop Ltd. His opinion states that employers must provide an ‘adequate facility’ for workers to exercise their right to paid... Read more
  2. Should a tribunal consider a Claimant's long-term future loss of earnings if they did not expressly assert it?

    In the case of Small v Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals NHS Trust , the Court of Appeal found that a Claimant was entitled to long-term loss of earnings even though they did not advance such a claim. This was in the context of a whistleblowing claim where... Read more
  3. New guidance for employers on data processing

    Given the rapid adoption of new workplaces technologies and ahead of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), the Article 29 Working Party has released a new opinion on processing personal data in the context of the workplace.  The... Read more

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