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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Global, etc. | 21 Jun 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (14 – 20 Jun)

Australia increases minimum wage to AU$21.38 per hour, the UK EAT sets a new test for determining worker status, and Hong Kong introduces pandemic-related worker protections– plus other key updates.
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CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo | Spain | 25 May 2022

Not being logged on when working from home is comparable to unjustified work absence

In a 2021 judgment, the High Court of Justice of Madrid had to determine whether the failure to log on when working from home was comparable to an unjustified work absence and, therefore, grounds for dismissal. The employee claimed that numerous documents and phone records proved that she had carried out work-related tasks on the dates she had been accused of not logging on. However, the......
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The Workplace Employment Lawyers | Australia | 25 May 2022

Excessive and unsociable hours – understanding work arrangements and rostering obligations

The Federal Court recently gave some guidance to employers about the Fair Work Act's limits on working hours that will set the tone for disputes in respect of employees who work significant additional hours. This article provides an overview of some of the key aspects of Australasian Meat Industry Employees Union v Dick Stone Pty Ltd, to assist employers in understanding their obligations at......
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 19 May 2022

In-house interview: What cultural shifts help to keep data secure in a hybrid working environment?

Susan Du Becker, director of risk and compliance at Microsoft, contemplates the cultural shifts that companies moving to hybrid working should make to maintain data security.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Canada, etc. | 26 Apr 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (19 – 25 Apr)

Florida approves “anti-woke” bill banning certain diversity training, the UK FCA sets board diversity requirements for listed companies, and Norway revokes an access route to temporary employment – plus other key updates.
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Homble Olsby | Littler | Norway | 13 Apr 2022

New rules for working from home

The number of employees working from home has increased sharply during the covid-19 pandemic. For many businesses, this has worked well, and many employers have continued flexible working arrangements. However, many have called for clearer rules on working from home. The government has now adopted amendments to the Home Office Regulations, which soon come into effect. This article outlines......
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 11 Apr 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (5 – 11 Apr)

UK immigration routes open to fill labour shortages, the Californian board diversity bill is considered unconstitutional by a court, and Hong Kong expands its employment support scheme – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 5 Apr 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (29 Mar – 4 Apr)

Australia makes its first conviction of industrial manslaughter, Amazon workers unionise for the first time in the US, and the UK considers extending minimum wage to seafarers– plus other key updates.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | Ireland, United Kingdom | 23 Mar 2022

Is working less the way ahead? United Kingdom and Ireland trial four-day working weeks

In the United Kingdom, more than 30 companies will trial a four-day working week as part of an international study on how flexible working can improve productivity. In Ireland, 20 companies are already taking part in a similar trial. For six months the employees in participating companies will work 80% of their usual hours. They will not receive any loss in pay but will be expected to......
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Asters | Ukraine | 18 Mar 2022

Ukraine Attempts to Introduce Special Labour Legislation for Martial Law Period

On 24 February 2022, the President of Ukraine by Decree No. 64/2022 declared martial law in Ukraine as a response to Russian invasion. The initial…
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