is an associate and advises commercial organisations on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment matters that arise throughout the employment lifecycle, from recruitment through to termination. She has particular experience working with clients in the financial services sector and with cross-border operations. Harraj regularly advises clients on employment data protection issues and has assisted numerous clients in preparing for GDPR, including undertaking a five-month in-house secondment to an insurer to assist with its third-party contract remediation programme. Harraj also acts for employers defending complex claims in the Employment Tribunals, including allegations of discrimination, unfair dismissal and whistle-blowing.
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