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MinterEllison | Australia | 30 Sep 2022

New [email protected] Bill shifts the focus from response to prevention

The Bill signals a significant change in focus of the Sex Discrimination Act to the systemic prevention of sexual harassment, sex-based harassment…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Belgium, Canada, etc. | 13 Sep 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (6 – 12 Sep)

California looks set to create a fast-food working standards authority, Spain passes a law on anti-workplace harassment, and Saturday will no longer be a working day in Belgium – plus other key updates.
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Labour & Employment

Editors: Matthew Howse, K Lesli Ligorner, Walter Ahrens, Michael D. Schlemmer and Sabine Smith-Vidal

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including legislation, protected employee categories and enforcement agencies; worker representation; checks on applicants; terms of employment; rules on foreign workers; post-employment restrictive covenants; liability for acts of employees; taxation of employees; employee-created IP; data protection; business transfers; termination of employment; dispute resolution; and recent trends.

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SCR Abogados | Chile | 30 Aug 2022

Labour & Employment in Chile

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Bowmans | South Africa | 17 Aug 2022

Which types of harassment can pervade the workplace?

The new Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace seeks to address the elimination and prevention of all forms of harassment (and not only sexual harassment) that pervade the workplace. But which types of harassment can occur in the workplace? The Code deals with the concept of harassment broadly and highlights specific forms of harassment.
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Lexology PRO | Canada, Ukraine, United Kingdom, etc. | 15 Aug 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (9 – 15 Aug)

A US court upholds mandatory arbitration for gig economy drivers on wage and hour issues and Ukraine introduces “on-call” and zero-hour contracts – plus other key updates.
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Arthur Cox LLP | Ireland | 29 Jul 2022

Labour & Employment in Ireland

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CLINT | Littler | Netherlands | 27 Jul 2022

Labour & Employment in Netherlands

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Lexology PRO | Africa, Australia, Canada, etc. | 25 Jul 2022

Monkeypox: what employers need to know (and do!) (July 2022 update)

Clear anti-discrimination messaging, vaccination policies, and confidential infection reporting lines should be top of employers’ lists when preparing against monkeypox.
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Rubin Thomlinson LLP | Canada | 22 Jul 2022

When investigators and other decision makers disagree, and what we can take away when this happens

In the summer of 2020, there was an incident involving a City of Toronto Municipal Standards Officer, Michael Rushton, and two Black women, Eva…
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