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Kathryn Clapp

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Kathryn Clapp

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2018年3月21日

Law at Work - March 2018

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.

Until next month, you can get in touch with comments, questions or requests for future content by email or follow us on Twitter.

Law at Work Editorial Team

Features

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

Hot topics

National minimum wage rates increase from April 2018

Access UK: the Home Office's new streamlined application process

Pensions priorities

Employment tribunal claims rise again following abolition of fees


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