Welcome to this month's edition of Law at Work, in which we explain the changes to tax on termination payments where the employment ends on or after 6 April 2018 (how good is your maths?).
Our second feature article is on lessons for employers from a recent case, in which the supermarket chain Morrisons was held liable for a data breach deliberately caused by a disgruntled employee, despite having taken appropriate steps at the time of the breach to limit the damage.
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Law at Work Editorial Team
Review your settlement agreements: changes to tax treatment of termination payments from 6 April 2018
Data breaches: when employees go rogue
Case law updates
Employer did not have constructive knowledge of employee's disability
Agency workers entitlement to holiday pay: term-by-term rather than package approach preferred
National minimum wage rates increase from April 2018
Access UK: the Home Office's new streamlined application process
Employment tribunal claims rise again following abolition of fees