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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Global, etc. | 16 May 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (10 – 16 May)

Hong Kong raises fines for H&S offences, the US recognises discrimination risks in AI recruitment practices, and a UK Tribunal says calling someone “bald” can be sexual harassment – plus other key updates.
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Bird & Bird LLP | Denmark | 12 May 2022

New guidelines from the Danish working environment authority (WEA) on home work stations

According to the Working Environment Act, the employer has the overall responsibility for ensuring that work, including work carried out at home, is…
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Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers | Australia | 28 Apr 2022

Directors' and Officers' obligations to Work Health and Safety compliance

The new Work Health and Safety legislation commenced in Western Australia on 31 March 2022. The Work Health & Safety (WHS) Act 2020 of Western…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, European Union, etc. | 19 Apr 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (12 – 18 Apr)

The UK plans to digitise employment tribunals, the first UAE regulator introduces a whistleblower regime, and New Zealand proposes a catch-all reporting requirement for modern slavery – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 11 Apr 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (5 – 11 Apr)

UK immigration routes open to fill labour shortages, the Californian board diversity bill is considered unconstitutional by a court, and Hong Kong expands its employment support scheme – plus other key updates.
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Fox Rothschild LLP | 6 Apr 2022

Workplace safety: New York no longer considers covid-19 serious risk of harm to public under HERO Act

Covid-19 is no longer considered an airborne infectious disease that presents a serious risk of harm to the public health under the New York Health and Essential Rights Act, according to the New York Department of Health. Accordingly, private sector employers are no longer required to implement their workforce safety plans. However, they must continue to have safety plans in place, and such......
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DWF LLP | Australia | 29 Mar 2022

Harmonised WHS legislation to commence in WA from 31 March 2022

The harmonised Western Australian Work Health and Safety Act 2020 (WHS Act) is to commence on 31 March 2022. The proclaimed start date follows…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 28 Mar 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (22 – 28 Mar)

Canadian employers must submit diversity reports by 1 June, Spain’s labour law reforms take effect from 31 March, and Chile creates a new employment status for digital platform workers – plus other key updates.
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AnJie Law Firm | China | 1 Mar 2022

Business interruption insurance: are losses caused by stop-work orders covered?

In China, fatal workplace accidents still occur an average of 75 times per day. Such accidents often result in an immediate shutdown order from the local municipal safety bureau (a "stop-work order"). The losses sustained during such operational downtime can amount to tens of millions of dollars. Whether such losses are covered by business interruption insurance is the central question in......
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Fee Langstone | New Zealand | 28 Feb 2022

Health & Safety prosecution: when will a defendant be ‘reckless’?

There are few decisions in New Zealand which have looked at what conduct will amount to recklessness in the context of the Health and Safety at Work…
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