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Young and old at odds over security of personal data

Similar to the results of the EU referendum, opinions of the young and old also differ over data security. 30% of adults aged 50 and over are more concerned about the risk of their identity being stolen, while almost the same amount of 18-24 year olds (29%) are more concerned about not knowing what companies will do with their personal data.

Thu 02 Feb 2017

Employers 'can read private messages sent at work'

Employers are within their rights to read private messages sent by members of staff in the workplace on their equipment, during working hours, according to a new legal ruling.

Wed 13 Jan 2016

Fees barring access to justice, says employment tribunals president

The introduction of fees for employment tribunals has led to many people being unable to seek redress, the president of Employment Tribunals England & Wales has said.

Tue 27 Oct 2015

Relaxing Sunday Trading Laws

The rise of online shopping has changed the retail space beyond recognition. Consumers expect to be able to buy what they want, when they want, making it ever harder for high street retailers to compete.

Mon 12 Oct 2015

Government defends employment tribunal fees

The government has defended the employment tribunal fee system after new figures showed a drop in the number of claims being made.

Mon 24 Aug 2015

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