A reminder that where misconduct is not sufficiently serious to constitute gross misconduct, notice pay is due. Read our blog here to find out more.
Data controllers are required to pay a charge to the Information Commissioner (IC) unless they are exempt. The Data Protection (Charges and Information) Regulations 2018 provide 3 tiers for payment. Read our blog to find why a well-known paint supplier was fined £4,000 by the IC.
The question of what constitutes personal data has become increasingly important in this data driven world. Personal data demands protection and with increased fines from the Information Commissioner organisations are taking extra care to secure data under their control. Questions around disclosure can be tricky. Read our blog to find out more.
A recent employment appeal tribunal case found that a dismissal was discriminatory, although the employer did not know the employee was disabled until the appeal hearing.
There are new Factual Accuracy Check Forms in place for Providers to contest draft reports. What has changed, and how are Providers affected?