Tag Archives: European Court of Human Rights

Monitoring of an employee’s use of the Internet and his resulting dismissal was justified

Every once in a while, an Employment related judgment provides copy editors with eye catching headlines. This has the knock on effect of ensuring that the decision is widely reported beyond the usual legal press. Often, this reporting is sensationalist … Continue reading

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Religion or belief in the workplace – New Equality and Human Rights Commission Guidance

In January, the European Court of Human Rights handed down judgment in Eweida and ors –v- UK which considered four combined cases about religious rights in the workplace.  In order to assist employers understanding of the practical implications of this … Continue reading

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