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Vietnam - Labor Law Alert - Unprecedented - Imprisonment Jail For Labor Law Violation – New Penal Code Sanctions! What You Must Know:
At the time of this article, the Law on Amendment and Supplementation is presumably in the technical correction phase at the National Assembly and the final official version will take some weeks...
Vietnam
28 Mar 2017
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Employee's Unauthorized, Wholesale Copying Of Company Data Ruled Insufficient To Terminate Employee For Cause
On February 4, 2016, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that an employee's copying of confidential data from his company computer to a private backup service was a breach, but not a material breach of his employment agreement.
United States
9 Feb 2016
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Bad Hair Day Evolves Into Conduct Protected By The NIRA
Nichole Wright-Gore, a supply clerk in a non-union nursing home, had a bad hair day. To hide her embarrassment, she wore a hat.
United States
5 Nov 2011
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Discrimination Suit Of Government Contractor's Employee Can Proceed, Despite Denial Of Security Clearance
The Ninth Circuit recently allowed a federal government contractor's employee to proceed with a discrimination lawsuit after he was denied a security clearance and then fired.
United States
19 Apr 2011
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National Labor Relations Act and Minimum Wages Updates
Mandatory Arbitration Policies and Agreements Must Expressly Exclude NLRA Charges. The National Labor Relations Board ("the Board") recently added to the complexities associated with drafting an enforceable mandatory arbitration agreement.
United States
 
29 Aug 2006
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Labor/Employment Alert For Truck Dealers
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has held that a dealership violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it discharged employees who refused to sign an employee handbook.
United States
 
9 Sep 2005
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Recent California Employment Cases: Instructive for Employers in All States
Within the past month, the California courts have been very active in deciding employment cases. These cases are outlined in this Alert. Clients that have employees in California should be aware of these developments.
United States
 
7 Sep 2005
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