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Workplace 4.0

Workplace 4.0

Whether at home or on the road: new forms of work have emerged through the mobile technology of smartphones, tablets etc. More flexibility can help to reconcile family and work life, save a long journey to work and promote self-determination. This complies especially with the life planning of young high ... Read More »

Legal professional privilege: does it exist when there are criminal investigations?

Legal professional privilege: does it exist when there are criminal investigations?

There are two types of legal professional privilege (“LPP”): Legal advice privilege – which arises in relation to the giving or receiving of legal advice that is confidential; and Litigation privilege – which arises when confidential communications between legal advisers, clients and their third parties arise, provided that they are ... Read More »

Wearables and Wellness: Considerations for Connected Employers

Wearables and Wellness: Considerations for Connected Employers

Wearable devices such as smart watches and fitness trackers have become increasingly popular as the technology matures and the devices become more affordable. Many forward-thinking employers, with an eye towards controlling health costs, have implemented or are considering implementing wellness programs that use wearable devices to track employee fitness and ... Read More »

No transition payment for those who are AOW-entitled; possible age discrimination?

No transition payment for those who are AOW-entitled; possible age discrimination?

On termination of an employment relationship having lasted longer than 24 months, the employee is in principle entitled to a transition payment. If the employee has reached state pension age (AOW-entitled), he or she is in principle not entitled to the transition payment on termination. The question is whether this ... Read More »

Parliamentary Select Committee enquiry into defined benefit pension schemes: Show-stopper or damp-squib?

Parliamentary Select Committee enquiry into defined benefit pension schemes: Show-stopper or damp-squib?

Introduction Not content with its Report on the BHS Scheme (issued on the 20 July 2016) the Parliamentary Select Committee (the Committee) announced on 8 August 2016 a wide ranging enquiry into defined benefit (DB) schemes and asked for written submissions on 5 topics by 23 September 2016. Below is ... Read More »

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