Member Since: 14th Jan 2010
Freelance journalist and former editor of HRZone Sift Media
19th Mar 2013
:-) Thanks for that, Peter - a Punk Rock HR classic. And re finding the wine farms first - got to get your priorities right.....
2nd Nov 2011
Esther Smith replied:
"Under a SAR the employer is obliged to provide copies of all personal data held on that subject. This involves an obligation to make all reasonable efforts to check for relevant information and disclose it. If, as in your example, there are e-mails which are no longer in existence and not recoverable on the employer's system cannot be disclosed, even if the employee has hard copies. If an employer were to claim that something has been destroyed without taking reasonable attempts to check backed up systems they may be said to have failed in their duty of disclosure."
12th Oct 2011
Try this article entitled 'Legal Insight: Preparing for the Agency Worker Regulations' - hopefully it might help....
16th Aug 2011
Hopefully you'd get a bit more interest now as it's truly become everyone's concern - if it wasn't in a social responsibility kind of sense already.
11th Aug 2011
Interesting point about pressure being different to stress - doesn't one tend to lead to the other though? Or is that a fallacy?
11th Aug 2011
It would seem that leading by example is a crucial as it ever was - and that applies to News International too......