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The European Commission has adopted a set of proposals to protect
workers not currently covered by the Working Time Directive
(93/104/EC). The proposal...
The Human Rights Act 1998
Zephanie Allen looks at the introduction to UK law
of the European Convention on Human Rights
Since the European Convention...
Repetitive strain injury
Petra Cunningham looks at RSI as an area of
exposure to claims by employees
The TUC recently estimated that repetitive strain
Amanda Wright explores the pitfalls for employers
when giving references for former employees
There is no legal obligation to provide a reference
Anna Jones considers the need for new systems to
control and monitor electronic communications
You have just been told that one of your...
Susan Mayne discusses new protection for employees
who expose corporate malpractice
The aim of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998
New data protection laws
Rebecca Barnett examines new rights of access to
information under the Data Protection Act 1998
The Data Protection Act 1998...
Sandy Henderson considers developments during an
important year for maternity rights
The Court of Appeal's recent judgment in Halfpenny
New laws on the employment of children
Simon Jeffreys explores new protections for young
UK laws on the employment of children have now been
The Parental Leave Directive
Clare Boneham explains how the Government's
'family-friendly' policies will be introduced in the coming
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