Implications of the Asda Equal Pay and Mencap Minimum Wage Cases from the Supreme Court and Other Matters

Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 8 April 2021
Seamus McGranaghan
O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors
Issues covered: Equal Pay; Minimum Wage

In this "Any Querstions" webinar recording, Scott Alexander, Head of the Learning and Development Team at Legal Island and Seamus McGranaghan, from O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors, discuss your employment law queries relating to the implications of the Asda Equal Pay and Mencap Minimum Wage cases from the Supreme Court and other matters.

Questions asked in this webinar include:

  • Does the chief executive have the right to view sensitive personal data without an employee's consent even if they are the employee's line manager, for example, the nature of an illness?
  • With regard to the recent Asda case, if an organisation has retail and other divisions including warehousing but the

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This article is correct at 08/04/2021

The information in this article is provided as part of Legal-Island's Employment Law Hub. We regret we are not able to respond to requests for specific legal or HR queries and recommend that professional advice is obtained before relying on information supplied anywhere within this article.

Seamus McGranaghan
O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors

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