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January 19th 2018

Just Eat are under the spotlight for a delivery driver using customer data to send inappropriate texts to a female customer. Hear our head of employment law, Matthew Clayton, talk to BBC Radio Gloucestershire about the legal implications.

We have joined forces with the county’s branch of professional HR management body CIPD to share advice with Gloucestershire businesses at a series of local events.

With temperatures across the UK plummeting and forecasters suggesting colder weather is on the way, many workplaces have become far colder than usual this week and inevitably the question of how cold does a workplace need to be before workers should be sent home has cropped up.

Interviewers need to bear in mind that anything said during an interview can be relied upon in an employment tribunal, and because of this, businesses need to train staff to know what questions can and cannot be asked, explains Jenny Hawrot in our employment law team.

Solicitor Jenny Hawrot asks, what are an employer's limits when it comes to pre-employment screening?

This year, Equal Pay Day falls on Friday 10 November, which signifies the date of the year on which, as the gender pay gap reveals, women effectively stop being paid in comparison to men. Matthew Clayton, head of employment law, outlines an employer’s obligations under the new gender pay gap reporting requirements, and identifies some practical tips that a business can adopt when dealing with a gender pay gap.

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