The GDPR – the 5 steps Employers should be taking now

This blog is written by Victoria McMeel, who has recently joined Jordans Corporate Law as our Head of Employment. Victoria is a specialist employment solicitor with more than 15 years' experience.    With only 6 weeks to go before the GDPR come into force and potentially hefty fines for non-compliance, employers need to take these practical steps now.   What is the...
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Gender Pay Gap: the report is out

Since April 2017 UK companies employing 250 staff or more have known that they must report on their Gender Pay Gap (‘GPG’).  That deadline was yesterday, 4 April 2018. What is it? Whilst most people cannot fail to have seen it reported in the press, those not required to report may have misunderstood what is being reported here.  The GPG is not about pay unequal pay, it has...
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AIM Rules - rule changes for companies and nominated advisors

The London Stock Exchange has published confirmation of changes to be made to the AIM Rules for companies and nominated advisors (AIM Notice 50). Following the recent consultation, AIM Rule 26 has been amended so that AIM companies will be required to state on their website which recognised corporate governance code they apply and how they have applied that code. The disclosures should be...
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Wait a minute... so, who's taking the minutes?

Productive board meetings are crucial part of every organisation’s success. They provide a unique chance to debate the business strategy, reach decisions about the company’s future and develop suitable strategies and policies. Innovative ideas can be discussed freely, conflicting views challenged, and tensions gradually resolved. However, in the heat of debate, the task of documenting the...
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Is it true that under GDPR my organisation no longer has to pay a fee to the ICO?

New data protection law is due to come into force on 25th May 2018 in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Continuing our theme of GDPR “myth busting”, we explore the rumour that organisations will no longer have to pay a fee to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) when GDPR comes into force. Where has this myth come from? Under the current Data Protection...
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