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Employment Law & HR News & Updates.

Employment Law Updates

The latest employment law news & updates from Kalra Legal Group

What the Chancellor’s Summer Statement means for employers

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak’s Summer Statement, announced this week, aims to help businesses, save jobs and help young people into work in the wake of the pandemic. 

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Furlough Updates – a new timeline for the grant and gradual contributions for employers

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On 29 May 2020, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak announced further changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Subsequently, an outline of the Chancellor announcement has been published on the government webpage and has been accompanied by a fact sheet and. Further guidance is expected to be published on 12 June. Below is a summary of the latest updates. As this is a fast-moving area of law, this blog should be read as correct at the time of publication and should also be read in conjunction with our earlier updates

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Should an employer be held responsible for an employee’s data breach?

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Following a Court of Appeal decision in WM Morrisons Supermarkets Plc v Various claimants, the employer’s vicarious liability has been expanded to include the staff’s deliberate data leak. Consequently, employers considered taking the ‘appropriate insurance’ to cover their potential liability.  On April 2020, the Supreme Court reversed this decision. You can read a summary below.  

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Novel protection for whistle-blowers outside the statutory regime

More than $10 million damaged have been awarded to a whistle-blower in a recent High Court decision: Rihan v Ernst & Young Global Ltd & others EWHC 901 (QB). You can read the lengthy decision here and below is a summary.

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Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme (CSSPRS) – repay SSP to employers

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On 26 May 2020, the government launched the online Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme. The Scheme originally announced in March is now available for employers to recover the costs of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) payments that they have made to their employees due to Covid-19. Below is a summary of how the Scheme operates. As this is a fast-moving area of law, this blog should be read as correct at the time of publication.

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