‘Sleep in’ care workers and the National Minimum Wage - Shannon v Rampersad and others
David Gray-Jones Wednesday, March 15, 2017
We look at the treatment of 'sleep in' care workers under the National Minimum Wage legislation - and the potential implications of Shannon v Rampersad currently awaiting a date before the Court of Appeal.
Employment law cases to look out for in 2017
Neill Thomas Wednesday, February 8, 2017
2017 will be a busy year for the courts as they hear a number of cases likely to have a significant impact in a number of areas of Employment Law.
Employment Law 2017 – What’s on the horizon?
Neill Thomas Friday, January 27, 2017
We look at some of the key legislative and regulatory changes coming in 2017 for employers, HR professionals - and employment lawyers - to be aware of.
Thomas Mansfield represents Claimant in Breach of Privacy Action against the Police
Neill Thomas Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Thomas Mansfield acted for Andrea Brown in claims for breach of data protection and human rights law, misuse of confidential information and misfeasance in public office against the Metropolitan Police and Greater Manchester Police.
Drink and Drugs Abound on Social Media in the UK – and it Could Cost You a Job
Neill Thomas Tuesday, July 5, 2016
We conducted a survey into attitudes towards social media in the workplace, finding that risky content is rife and the consequences could be dire.
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