Data Protection: Reloaded The data protection regime which is currently meant to provide our electronic life with basic privacy and protection is set out in the Data Protection Act 1998 and in related legislation. The 1998 Act in turn implemented the European Data Protection Directive of 1995 into UK law. That was a very different…
Employees have the right not to be discriminated against on a number of grounds.
Employers must ensure they do not suffer detriment at the recruitment stage or during employment.
It is essential to have good policies and encourage a climate of mutual respect and tolerance.
Our employment team can advise you on the legislative requirements and on how to introduce practical and humane policies.
Where disputes arise, we can help to mediate or, where that is impossible, we will represent and defend our clients in the tribunals and courts.