In the wake of the MeToo movement, Washington state's legislature has adopted sweeping reforms to state laws against discrimination and created a
Since 1 January 2008, it has been possible for employers in Belgium to introduce a collective bonus plan eligible for favourable tax and social security treatment (for more information, please see our previous newsletters of 24 June 2009 and 17 March 2010).
Yesterday, the Supreme Judicial Court held in Warfield v. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, that a broad arbitration clause in an employment agreement did not apply to discrimination claims under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 151B.
As the financial market braces itself for another year of turmoil, economic predictions for 2009 are bleak.
There has been a rush of agency worker decisions at the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in recent months.