Caron Gosling

Caron Gosling

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Caron Gosling advises employers on employment law in the United Kingdom, covering project-based work (focusing in particular on employment law issues arising from change, restructuring or transformation projects) and general advisory support, covering day-to-day obligations for employers. She has specific experience in advising employers on issues relating to privacy and data protection, both in relation to employee on-boarding and employee monitoring. Caron’s clients include both private and public sector, publicly listed companies and small and medium-sized enterprises in a variety of sectors. She regularly advises clients on TUPE, redundancies, changing terms and conditions of employment, relocating workforces, the employment law implications of mobility, data protection and other day-to-day employment issues, such as hiring, firing and employment rights more generally. Caron has more than 20 years’ experience of advising on employment law. She holds a BA (hons) in jurisprudence from the University of Oxford and an LLM in employment law from the University of Leicester. She qualified as a solicitor in 1995. She volunteers as part of Deloitte’s One Million Futures and mentors teenagers to help them identify and achieve their goals.

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