A recent EAT case involving, yet again, a local authority illustrates how easy it is to go wrong when deciding which employees transfer on a service provision change, particularly when dealing with managerial employees who may be involved in both servicing the client and running the business. The EAT held that an employment tribunal erred
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The use of social media is fast expanding in the workplace. While an employer may legitimately restrict an employee's freedom of expression at work, or in a work-related context, whether that restriction can extend to personal, out-of-work, activities will depend on the circumstances of each case. In the recent ‘Game Retail’ case the Employment Appeal