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JPP Law Blog

2017 October
Dismissal was at ‘extreme end of reasonable’ but not unfair

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a teacher's dismissal was at the extreme end of reasonable but was not unfair.

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General Data Protection Regulation: Guide for businesses (Part 1)

Part 2 can be found at: GDPR - A guide for Business (Part 2)

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Postman awarded £22,000 after his flexible hours were changed

A postman has been awarded £22,000 compensation after his arrangement to work flexible hours was altered without his agreement.

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Up to 1 in 5 minimum wage workers ‘could be underpaid’

Up to 1 in 5 minimum wage workers may be receiving less than their legal entitlement, according to research by the Low Pay Commission (LPC).

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2017 October
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