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Category: 'Regulations'

The following posts have the category 'Regulations' assigned to them.

  • WARNING! Digital advertising and marketing is now fully regulated!

    Posted by on March 3, 2011 // No Comments
    Kemp Little

    On the 1st of March 2011, the law surrounding digital advertising and marketing changed so that it is now fully regulated. For the first time the UK Code of Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing impacts on all marketing messages communications – both on organisations’ own websites and on other ‘non-paid-for space’ online. Suzy
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  • Missed the session on Atypical workers?

    Posted by on February 9, 2011 // No Comments
    Kemp Little

    If you missed the session on Atypical workers please find the materials and recording at: http://www.kemplittle.com/html/stay-posted/events/hr-forum/Atypical-workers-February-2011.html Age discrimination update – 9 March – BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE – registration from 8.30am Is age discrimination a ‘ticking time bomb’ for employers? It might sound like just another form of employment protection, but many of the issues are
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  • A round up of the latest HR news that could affect you!

    Posted by on January 21, 2011 // No Comments
    Kemp Little

     This month’s hot topics: problems that can arise from employees using Twitter; the dismissal of an employee who had transferred confidential information to her private email address in anticipation of a future dispute; and an employer’s refusal to offer overtime to an employee who had not opted out of the 48 hour working week. Click
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  • Kemp Little Guide To UK Employment Law 2010-2011

    Posted by on October 29, 2010 // No Comments
    Kemp Little

    Kemp Little has just produced it’s annual Guide to UK Employment Law 2010-2011 which serves as a practical guide to lead you through the latest in UK employment law and how it affects you. The aim of the guide is to provide practical, easy to use materials for HR professionals and people managers and is
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  • New legal standards for digital and interactive sector

    Posted by on May 10, 2010 // No Comments
    admin

    BIMA is delighted to announce that it has commissioned a new set of standard legal documents especially written for the digital and interactive sector by technology and digital media law firm Kemp Little. The documents will be made available free of charge to all BIMA members from 1 June and include; Digital non-disclosure agreement (NDA)
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