The 2020 edition of our annual Guide to Employment and Workplace Relations in Australia has been published, providing a comprehensive and practical
This edition of Employment Flash looks at recent NLRB activity, including its decision (overruling an Obama-era decision) regarding confidentiality
The government has recently announced that rates for statutory maternity, paternity, adoption and shared parental leave pay and maternity allowance
Just when you thought that unequal pay can be casted as an issue of historic importance, three recent cases showcase the reality that this is a much
Highlights: We're still waiting for a couple of significant judgments on vicarious liability from cases heard by the Supreme Court in November 2019
Lexology Learn asks employment expert Michelle Lamb whether reporting will help to remedy the gender pay gap.
Michelle Lamb examines how the UK compares to other countries in terms of equal pay.
On December 6, 2019, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (which hears appeals from federal district courts located
The paradox of the robotic age is that automation will only make human skills more valuable. The World Economic Forum estimates that 75 million jobs
Littleton Barristers Dale Martin QC and Kieran Wilson cover Litigating Equal Pay Claims, in this webinar they touch on key points such as: Where