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"Dated" MOL Information Related To Same Workplace Not "Obviously Relevant" To Guarding Charge, Court Finds
In a recent Ontario decision regarding the Crown's obligation to disclose documents in an Occupational Health and Safety Act prosecution, the Court held that the prosecution did not have an obligation to disclose to the...
Canada
19 Sep 2019
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Ontario MOL Inspections For Suspended Access Equipment In Construction Sector
As part of the Ontario Ministry of Labour's Construction Sector Compliance Plan 2019-2020, from August 6, 2019 until September 27, 2019, Ministry of Labour Inspectors will be conducting "focused
Canada
19 Sep 2019
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Whistle Blowing And The "Public Interest"
Is it enough that a worker believes a disclosure is in the public interest? In the recent case of Okwu v. Rise Community Action
UK
6 Sep 2019
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Dealing With Team Moves And Protecting Your Business: Lessons Learnt From A Recent Case
On June 14, 2019, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance handed down an interlocutory decision in McLarens Hong Kong Ltd v. Poon Chi Fai, Corey & Or, [2019]
Hong Kong
3 Sep 2019
5
Could A Tribunal Claimant Freeze Their Employer's Bank Account?
The Scottish courts have held that they can make protective orders against the assets of an employer where a claim is brought against that employer in the employment tribunal.
UK
2 Sep 2019
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Are Millennials Really Taking Over Our Workplaces?
The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has this month published a fascinating report as part of its Future of Work research programme entitled "Ageing Confidently: Supporting an Ageing
UK
30 Aug 2019
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UK People, Reward And Mobility Newsletter - August 2019
In this issue we look at some of the key employment law developments that have taken place over the past month. In particular, we examine: an employee pursuing a claim despite an illegal employment
UK
30 Aug 2019
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Supreme Court Finds That Offending Words Can Be Severed From Non-Compete Restrictive Covenants
The High Court upheld the non-competition covenant and granted EZ an injunction restraining the breach: on the facts, the protection sought by EZ was no more than was reasonable
UK
28 Aug 2019
9
Law To Regulate Telework In Costa Rica
The Legislature approved in first debate, by the unanimous vote of the 52 representatives present at the time of the vote, Law No. 21,141, called "Law to Regulate Telework".
Costa Rica
28 Aug 2019
10
Holiday Pay Entitlement For Part-Year Employees – Not A Simple 12.07% Of Hours Worked
In the recent case of Harpur Trust v. Brazel [2019] EWCA Civ 1402, the Court of Appeal considered whether the holiday entitlement of a permanent employee who worked only part
UK
26 Aug 2019
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A Word To The Publicity Shy – Employment Tribunal Judgements Must Be Published
Judgments issued by Employment Tribunals are maintained in a public register and, since 9 February 2017, published on an online database.
UK
23 Aug 2019
12
NLRB Allows Employers To Impose An Arbitration Agreement After Class/Collective Action Has Been Filed
On August 14, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board issued a decision in the case of Cordúa Restaurants, Inc. et al. (Cordúa Restaurants) that expands the US Supreme Court's decision in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis and further...
United States
23 Aug 2019
13
Government Uncovering The Cover-Up Culture
Since #MeToo brought non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) into the spotlight in late 2017, there has been a flurry of activity from government committees and regulatory bodies seeking to implement change.
UK
19 Aug 2019
14
Deadline Looms For Expanded EEO-1 Filing
For US employers with 100 or more employees, extensive new information relating to their prior EEO-1 filings must be submitted by September 30, 2019
United States
12 Aug 2019
15
Government Issues Response To Pregnancy And Maternity Consultation
Continuing with the running theme of government consultations that have emerged over the course of July, the government last week released its response to the consultation on pregnancy
UK
7 Aug 2019
16
UK People, Reward And Mobility Newsletter - July 2019
In this issue we look at some of the key employment law developments that have taken place over the past month.
UK
5 Aug 2019
17
Modern Slavery Update: Commencement Of Federal Modern Slavery Legislation And The Uncertain Future Of The NSW Modern Slavery Legislation
Since we reported on the introduction of Australian modern slavery legislation in August 2018, there have been a number of developments.
Australia
2 Aug 2019
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The Development Of Judicial Practice On The Retraining Of Civil Law Relations In Labor
19 июля 2019 года Арбитражный суд г. Москвы вынес решение по Первой химической корпораци
Russian Federation
31 Jul 2019
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Redressing One-Sided Flexibility And Further Proposals To Support Families
There has been a flurry of activity in Theresa May's last week in office, including the government issuing further consultations under the auspices of the Good Work Plan.
UK
31 Jul 2019
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Covert Recordings: "For The Times They Are A-Changing"
Almost everyone carries around with them a recording device nowadays, in the form of a smartphone or wearable technology. Where does this leave HR managers and employers
UK
31 Jul 2019
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