Monthly Archives: June 2016

Navigator News – Trinity International Golf Day

Gareth and Alan were delighted to be invited again to play in the Trinity International Golf Day at Edzell last Friday and they had a wonderful day with the staff and clients of Trinity. Gareth has been associated with Trinity for 18 years and tries to make his one round […]

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HR Issues – To Poll or Not to Poll, That is the Question

Whether you have voted to leave or remain in the European Union, you will probably be relieved when it is all over and you can turn on the news and see something else being talked about.  In Scotland especially, two referendums, a European election and a general election later, we […]

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Tribunal Tale – Discrimination Arising from Disability

Earlier cases have made it clear that there need only be a loose causal connection between an employee’s conduct and their disability to be able to make out a claim of discrimination arising from a disability.  The recent case of Risby v London Borough of Waltham Forest has arguably loosened […]

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Legal Issues – Data Issues

Former employee prosecuted for transferring client information unlawfully and upcoming Data Protection changes. An employee who transferred client information held by his company to his personal email account before moving to his new job at a competitor company has been prosecuted by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The ICO prosecuted […]

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Client Testimonial – Harmeny Education Trust

“In 2013, we initiated a full staffing review across all departments.  Due to the complexity of managing the process in our multi-disciplinary setting, we recognised that I needed help. It was essential to find a reputable firm who could offer a responsive, plain talking, employment law and HR advisory service, […]

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