SS Rana & Co | India | 7 Sep 2022
Successfully booking a cab and reaching their destination on time has become a colossal task for most passengers nowadays. Passengers first often…
Lexology PRO | USA | 23 Aug 2022
The OFCCP issues updated pay equity directives to federal contractors, California looks to pass stricter pay reporting requirements for employers, and the Fourth Circuit issues a first-of-its-kind victory for transgender employees – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | USA | 16 Aug 2022
The CDC updates its recommendations for COVID-19 protections, New York’s appellate courts interpret NYC’s freelancer law for the first time, Washington D.C.’s amendments to its non-compete ban are finalized – plus other key updates.
Osborne Clarke | Global | 16 Jun 2022
Workforce Solutions Welcome to the fourth episode in our Global Workforce Solutions Takeaway podcast In this podcast, Frances Lewis, Head of Workforce…
Lexology PRO | USA | 10 Jun 2022
An update on the gig economy and the changing state of worker classification at the federal and state levels.
Barry Fisher | USA | 10 Apr 2022
In 1159273 Ontario Inc. v. The Westport Telephone Company Limited (2022 ONSC 1375) Justice Kershman had to determine whether the relationship between…
Shawe Rosenthal LLP | USA | 31 Mar 2022
Continuing the chaos over the appropriate standard for determining independent contractor status, a federal judge has overturned the Biden…
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 28 Mar 2022
Monetary transfer limits, restrictions on foreign divestments and a suspension of patent infringement compensation are some of the Russian counter-sanctions impacting foreign businesses.
Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 16 Mar 2022
In a recent employment status case, the Court of Appeal considered whether an individual can be a worker without there being any commitment to offer or accept a minimum amount of work. The Court concluded that such a commitment is not a requirement of worker status and that a panel committee member was, therefore, a worker entitled to paid holidays. Employment rights and obligations vary......
The Workplace Employment Lawyers | Australia | 16 Mar 2022
Determining the fine line between "employee" and "independent contractor" causes difficulties for businesses in Australia. Two recent High Court decisions have provided increased certainty for engaging contractors in the future. This article considers the impact of ZG Operations & Anor v Jamsek and CFMMEU v Personnel Contracting Pty Ltd, and provides guidance for businesses in Australia.