Marian Bloodworth is “personable, knowledgeable and wonderful – a real pleasure to work with,” according to clients."
HR data protection and privacy
Employers hold increasing amounts of employee data. More digital work styles will contribute to the build up as the lines between personal and working lives blur. HR teams need to be on the ball when it comes to data protection and privacy legislation. Good practice can minimise the risk of claims and enforcement actions.
Our team will help you spot, manage and mitigate data protection issues in your day to day operations and commercial transactions. That might include monitoring employees’ use of email and the internet, putting in place policies and guidance on the use of social media and even disciplining employees for inappropriate conduct online.
You’ll find useful background information on protecting employee data in our Guide to Employment Law. Please contact us for a copy.
All of their work product is very well done, and gives the client a lot of direction on what they should be doing with their documents."
Kathryn Dooks is “very pragmatic and is able to assess the client’s risk appetite,” according to clients, who add: “She is flexible in her approach and is knowledgeable and skilled.”"
They’re really pragmatic and balanced, and they really bring the subject to life with practical examples."
David Williams advises employers on a range of employment issues such as worker status, TUPE transfers and general HR disputes. Clients say: “He is pragmatic and commercial and always strives to get a good solution.”"
They are always super responsive, great value for money and have strong capabilities in very complex cases."
The team is excellent and provides consistently good advice."