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The Challenges Of The New Supervision System
In a move to increase compliance with employment law, a new supervision system was introduced at the beginning of this year.
China
19 Dec 2017
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Health And Safety Calendar - Winter 2012
Welcome to the Winter 2012 Health and Safety Calendar.
UK
28 Dec 2012
3
House Of Commons Votes For Changes To Civil Liability In Health And Safety Legislation
The House of Commons has voted in favour of a clause that will amend the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 to remove strict liability in cases where there has been a breach of a statutory duty.
UK
30 Oct 2012
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Equal Pay In The Spotlight Following Decision Of Supreme Court
Earlier this week the Supreme Court handed down what has been claimed as a ‘landmark’ decision in relation to equal pay claims.
UK
30 Oct 2012
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Implementing Employee Owner Status
BIS has now published the promised consultation paper on the proposal for employees to give up certain statutory employment rights in exchange for shares.
UK
24 Oct 2012
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Health & Safety Executive’s Fee For Intervention Scheme Comes Into Effect
From today (1 October 2012) the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) Fee for Intervention (FFI) scheme comes into force in the UK.
UK
9 Oct 2012
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Landmark Cases On Workplace Religious Discrimination Go Before The ECtHR
On 4 September 2012 the landmark test cases of Eweida and Chaplin v the United Kingdom and Ladele and McFarlane v the United Kingdom went before the European Court of Human Rights ("ECtHR").
UK
24 Sep 2012
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Businesses To Be Exempt From Health And Safety Inspections
Businesses that are classified as ‘low risk’ will become exempt from health and safety inspections from April 2013 under new proposals introduced by the UK Government.
UK
19 Sep 2012
9
Employment Law Reform: Fresh Consultation
At the end of last week, in a fresh consultation paper, Ending the Employment Relationship, the Government provided more detail around its existing proposals to make it easier for businesses to dismiss employees.
UK
19 Sep 2012
10
Czech State Aid Encourages Employers To Provide Employees With Education
The Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has created the project "Education for Stability" to support the maintenance of jobs for those employers who, due to the stagnation of the Czech economy, are temporarily unable to assign work to employees within the agreed range.
Czech Republic
18 Sep 2012
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Professional Appointments: Limitation Clauses
In a recent case the court found that a limitation of liability in a contract between a Project Manager and an Employer was unenforceable.
UK
12 Sep 2012
12
New Step Change In Safety Guidance Launched
This month sees the launch of a new toolkit of guidance designed to improve workforce safety in the offshore oil and gas industry.
UK
10 Sep 2012
13
Asbestos Update: August 2012
Asbestos-related illnesses are responsible for around 4000 deaths each year according to figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
UK
31 Aug 2012
14
Trustee Knowledge Update - August 2012
Trustees of occupational pension schemes now have a statutory duty to ensure that they have an adequate knowledge and understanding of the legal issues relevant to their scheme.
UK
29 Aug 2012
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Consultation Launched To Simplify RIDDOR
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched a twelve week consultation on proposals to simplify and clarify the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR).
UK
15 Aug 2012
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HSE Consultation On Proposals To Exempt Self-Employed Workers From Health And Safety Laws
The HSE has launched a three month consultation on proposals to exempt self-employed workers from health and safety legislation following recommendations made in the Löfstedt report
UK
15 Aug 2012
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New Rules On Democratic Organization In Chinese Enterprises
The PRC Labor Contract Law, effective since 1 January 2008, requires an enterprise to follow democratic procedures whenever it formulates or amends any rules or makes any important decisions that are directly related to the interests of the employees.
China
11 Aug 2012
18
Health And Safety Newsletter – August 2012
Welcome to the Health and Safety Newsletter, which contains updates on the latest Health & Safety news and the resulting implications for directors and businesses.
UK
6 Aug 2012
19
PRC Government Attempts To Impose Stricter Control Over Secondment Of Employees
Since the PRC Labor Contract Law came into effect on 1 January 2008, many Chinese companies have used a large number of seconded employees i.e. employees that are hired by a labor agency and then seconded to work for the companies
China
2 Aug 2012
20
Latest From Court Of Appeal On Issue Of Holiday And Sick Leave
In the much anticipated Court of Appeal decision in NHS Leeds v Larner, it has been held that a worker who was unable to take four weeks’ annual leave due to sickness did not have to make a request to carry the untaken leave over into the next leave year in order to receive a payment in lieu of it on termination of employment.
UK
30 Jul 2012
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