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The long-awaited decisions of the social chamber on the macron scale have just been rendered

USA - May 11 2022 The Social Chamber of the Court of Cassation today issued two long-awaited decisions on the compensation scale currently applicable in the event of…

Employment Law: Presidential Elections Part 2

USA - April 22 2022 Labor law is not central to the 2nd round campaign. The great opposition between Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron is on pensions. Marine Le Pen is…

Employment law: presidential elections

Global, USA - March 24 2022 Labor law is not at the heart of the French presidential campaign, which is rather unusual. The latest major reforms, initiated under the Presidency…

Overview of the UK Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

United Kingdom - April 24 2020 The UK Government has published further guidance and The Coronavirus Act 2020 Functions of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (Coronavirus Job…

Further Guidance Published on UK’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

United Kingdom - March 30 2020 Further to our prior blog post available here, the UK Government has published more detailed guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme…

UK Government announce Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

United Kingdom - March 25 2020 Over the past few days, the UK Government has announced various measures to assist employers/businesses protect jobs in these exceptional times. We…

REAL ID and Enhanced Driver Licenses: Are TSA Agents As Confused As We Are?

USA - January 30 2020 I proudly presented my new ENHANCED driver’s license to the TSA agent at Newark International Airport with the comment that I am now ready for…

Switzerland - New Gender Pay Gap Requirements

Switzerland - November 8 2019 Switzerland has joined the growing list of jurisdictions to introduce legislation to address the gender pay gap…

The Surprisingly Broad Scope Definition of Workplace Accidents in France

France - September 25 2019 The legal definition of “workplace accidents” under French law does not normally make global headlines. However, as many of you will have read, a…

Ireland Supreme Court Analyzes Disability Accommodation Requirements

Ireland, USA - September 10 2019 On July 31, 2019, in the case of Nano Nagle School v Daly, the Supreme Court of Ireland delivered its decision in a long-running disability…