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DLA Piper | Qatar | 17 Dec 2018

Bahrain issues new health insurance law

On 30 May 2018 the Kingdom of Bahrain ("Bahrain") passed Law No. 23 of 2018 promulgating the Health Insurance Law (the "Law"). The Law came into


Madgwicks | Australia | 17 Nov 2018

Making Deductions from Employee Wages - Five frequently asked Questions

Failing to correctly make deductions from an employee’s wage can have costly consequences for individuals and corporations. Unlawful deductions that


Shoosmiths LLP | United Kingdom | 29 Jun 2017

Employment series: breaking down the employment contract

Incentive based remuneration and other benefits allow employers to attract and retain employees. They can also act as a tool to increase motivation


Dentons | Saudi Arabia | 31 May 2017

Saudi Arabia Update - May 2017

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MOL) is discussing a potential new employment system for Saudi employees named “Flexible Work” (Flexible


Bird & Bird LLP | China | 8 Mar 2017

China Employment Law Update - February 2017

The province of Guangdong has taken further measures to improve the protection of female employees. The measures which came into effect on 1 February


Verrill Dana LLP | USA | 17 Aug 2016

WWE “Wrestles” with the Question of Whether Road Warrior Animal was an Employee or Independent Contractor

The issue of Independent Contractor versus Employee has reared its ugly head once again, this time in the context of professional wrestling. A


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 11 Jul 2016

Can an Employer Implicitly Waive Its Right to Amend the Pension Plan and the Benefits Package of Its Employees?

This was the question answered in a recent judgment rendered by the Superior Court on June 13th, 2016, ordering IBM to pay more than $23 million to


Langlois Lawyers LLP | Canada | 6 Jul 2016

The Quebec Superior Court Stresses the Importance of Communications with Employees Concerning Their Pension Plan in a Class Action Against IBM

The decision rendered by the Quebec Superior Court on June 13, 2016 in Samoisette v. IBM Canada Ltd., 2016 QCCS 2675 has not dramatically altered the


Clyde & Co LLP | Saudi Arabia | 25 May 2016

Prescribed Contracts and Work Regulations in KSA

Part of the amendments to the Labour Law introduced in October 2015 included a provision for the Ministry of Labour to introduce prescribed form


Baker McKenzie | USA | 10 Dec 2014

New regulations on employing foreign nationals added to Labor Code

On 2 December 2014, a new federal law was announced that introduces changes to labor legislation and regulates the work of employees who are foreign

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