Boyes Turner LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Sep 2023
Much has been written about discrimination against women who are going through the menopause. As a man writing an article on a subject that affects…
CGM Advogados | Brazil | 16 Aug 2023
Law 14.611/23, which governs equal pay for equal work and compensation criteria between women and men, was recently sanctioned and incurs greater consequences for the employer in the event that discrimination based on sex, race, ethnicity, origin or age is evidenced. The law also sets forth a new obligation for companies with 100 or more employees to publish semi-annual reports of salary......
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Aug 2023
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a claimant may proceed with a disability discrimination claim which is over two years out of time, because she…
Lexology PRO | USA | 14 Aug 2023
The EEOC settles first discrimination suit involving AI hiring software, New York introduces bill restricting automated employment tools, and the DOL proposes changes to federal contractor rules – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, Global, etc. | 7 Aug 2023
The UK government triples fines for employing illegal migrant workers, the US OSHA issues its first ever heat hazard alert, and Australia increases access to paid family, and domestic and violence leave – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | USA | 1 Aug 2023
The EEOC updates its guidance on visual disabilities, California further limits the use of criminal history in employment decisions, and Congress introduces a bill establishing federal heat standards – plus other key updates.
Littler Mendelson PC | USA | 26 Jun 2023
New Jersey Appellate Division decision finds employee suspected of contracting COVID-19 failed to assert a perceived disability claim under the New…
Lexology PRO | USA | 16 May 2023
OSHA launches a program aimed at reducing falls, COVID vaccine requirements end for federal contractors, and the DHS announces end to temporary remote form verification policy – plus other key updates.
Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 3 May 2023
The duty to make reasonable adjustments is a concept familiar to most employers. But new guidance from the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service shines a light on reasonable adjustments for mental health specifically. This publication includes detailed resources to support both employers and employees when handling reasonable adjustments for mental health at work and provides a......
Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 12 Apr 2023
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld an employment tribunal's decision that a neurodivergent claimant had not been discriminated against because of something arising in consequence of his disability. While unsuccessful in his primary claim, the claimant still received an award of over £20,000 for victimisation. This article explores the practical and legal issues that arose during his......