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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, European Union, Global, etc. | 30 Jan 2023

Employment: key updates and developments (23 – 30 Jan)

The EU adopts a strategy to protect lower wage workers, the UK consults on a “fire and rehire” code of conduct, and the Football Association of Wales agrees an equal pay structure – plus other key updates.
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Rubin Thomlinson LLP | Canada | 6 Dec 2022

Workplace bullying deconstructed

As lawyers who conduct both workplace investigations and workplace assessments, we often hear from employees who have been the target of workplace…
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Gün + Partners | Turkey | 23 Nov 2022

Employee misbehaviour that disrupts workplace peace is grounds for termination

🕑 2 minutes According to article 25(2)(d) of the Turkish Labour Act, an employee bullying their employer, one of their family members or another employee constitutes a just cause for termination. Several precedents of the Court of Cassation state that "bullying" refers to threats, insults or battery. That being the case, employers often wonder whether other acts of misbehaviour by employees,......
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Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP | United Kingdom | 21 Sep 2022

Updated guidance from the Charity Commission clarifies how charities should handle allegations of bullying and harassment

The Charity Commission has published an update clarifying the roles and responsibilities of trustees where there are allegations of bullying and…
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Keypoint Law | Australia | 29 Jul 2022

Workplace Bullying: Not Only Harmful, But Costly, Too.

Bullying as an issue is not new, however it remains very prevalent in Australian workplaces. In fact, in research conducted by the Australian…
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Jul 2022

There may be downsides to hybrid working - recent study identifies 44% increase in workplace bullying allegations this year

There has been a 44% increase in UK Employment Tribunal claims that feature bullying allegations over the last year, according to recent research…
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Norrbom Vinding | Denmark | 15 Jun 2022

Employer found liable in damages for industrial injury due to workplace bullying

A recent case raised the question of whether an employer was liable in damages for mental health issues that a social and healthcare worker had suffered as a result of bullying by her co-workers. This is one of the first cases in Denmark in which an employee has succeeded in a claim for damages resulting from a poor psychological working environment and which emphasises the employer's......
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Africa | 23 May 2022

Code of Good Practice on the prevention and elimination of harassment in the workplace

The Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination on Harassment in the Workplace (Code on Harassment) was introduced on 18 March 2022. It…
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Ius Laboris | Global | 23 Nov 2021

The New Workplace - Remote investigations

This could arise, for example, if an employee feels they have been poorly treated, or they could wish to make a complaint about something another…
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Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 29 Jan 2021

New Code Of Practice For Employers And Employees On The Prevention And Resolution Of Bullying At Work

In a welcome development for employers and employees, the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) and Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) have developed a…
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