Norrbom Vinding | Denmark | 28 Sep 2022
A new childbirth-related leave model recently took effect. The new model does not change the number of weeks of maternity, paternity or parental benefits that parents are entitled to, but it does include significant changes in the way that weeks of leave are distributed, with the aim that both parents must take part of the leave. Companies and organisations may seek legal advice on all......
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Belgium, etc. | 26 Sep 2022
The UK’s Truss government creates uncertainty for employers, the US FTC targets unfair practices in the gig economy, and the Netherlands introduces tax exemptions for struggling businesses – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, European Union, etc. | 30 Aug 2022
German businesses face energy-saving measures over winter, Malaysia expands employment law protections from 1 September 2022, and US businesses are targeted by the EEOC over discrimination claims – plus other key updates.
Stanchi Studio Legale | Italy | 24 Aug 2022
Legislative Decree No. 105 was recently published in the Official Gazette. The so-called "Balance Decree" implements the EU Work-Life Balance Directive and has amended three other laws. This article provides a summary of these amends, taking into account recent information provided by the National Institute of Social Security.
Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Aug 2022
Accommodating personal responsibilities, emergencies and obligations alongside working life can be both logistically and legally complicated. Where does that leave a person's ability to bring their whole life – or more specifically, their whole family life – to work? This article provides an overview of how much the law helps or hinders this balance by looking at the existing rights to......
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Belgium, etc. | 19 Jul 2022
A look at what is on the horizon for employers in Q3 2022 including key deadlines and upcoming legislative changes.
Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Global, etc. | 18 Jul 2022
UK courts decide to protect gender critical beliefs in the workplace, the US EEOC relaxes workplace COVID-19 guidance, and Italy is set to overhaul labour law– plus other key updates.
Lane Neave | New Zealand | 18 Jul 2022
The provision of incorrect advice from the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) regarding a mother’s entitlement to parental leave payments has highlighted…
Lane Neave | New Zealand | 8 Jul 2022
When the pitter-patter of tiny feet is announced there are several things to consider. Often, the top of that list includes lost income, job security…
William Fry | Ireland | 8 Jul 2022
As of 1 July 2022, each relevant working parent is now entitled to seven weeks of State paid leave (via Parent's Benefit at the applicable rate, if…