Employment News — 18 March 2013
This week’s Employment News, a newsletter from international legal practice Hogan Lovells, features articles on redundancy selection, disciplinary procedures, data protection and mobile devices.
- Keep it simple — recruitment-style redundancy selection was unreasonable
- Cracking the (Acas) code? Failure to put employee on notice of dismissal did not matter where consequences were clear
- Left to their own devices — data protection guidance on smartphones and tablets
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