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Holding Redlich
Labour hire employers can't always opt out of unfair dismissal laws by treating the host entity as the responsible party.
Holding Redlich
Do you know when you can – and when you cannot – issue an employee with a direction to attend a medical examination?
Clayton Utz
Employers must show that the costs, inconvenience and disruption of return to work obligations are also unreasonable.
Clayton Utz
The Merit Protection Commissioner (MPC) conducts independent reviews of employment actions for Commonwealth agencies.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
Employers with Victorian operations should ensure their safety systems are up to the standards expected by the OHS Act.
R&P China Lawyers
With news of imminent mass layoffs in China, knowledge of redundancy and restructuring options by HR managers is crucial.
Mayer Brown JSM
The Hong Kong High Court held that the employer was obliged to apply its disciplinary procedures to an employee even though the employee's performance had already been the subject of a performance improvement plan (PIP).
Mayer Brown JSM
In March 2016, the Hong Kong District Court in Law Miu Kuen Sally v. Sunbase International
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
The government of Tamil Nadu in India has recently issued a circular clarifying that employees of the IT Sector are covered under the ID Act, 1947 and have the right to form trade unions.
Khaitan & Co
The case raises few important questions of constitutional law and interpretation of statutes, which will have to be determined by the courts.
The primary legislation governing employment relationships in Indonesia is Law No. 13 of 2003 concerning Manpower.
Jayadeep Hari & Jamil
The appellant ("Mashkon") was formerly an employee of the respondent ("the Company").
Cavell Leitch
'Horizontal consultation' requires PCBUs to consult, co-operate, and co-ordinate with other PCBUs on the same matter.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Are you aware that you have an obligation to ensure at least the minimum wage is paid to your salaried employees?
Duane Morris LLP
On 27 November 2015, the National Assembly adopted a new Criminal Code No. 100/2015/QH13, which takes effective from 01 July 2016.
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Khaitan & Co
The Principal Act provides for the mandatory annual payment of bonus to eligible employees of establishments which employ 20 or more persons.
The latest amendment to the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 ("Principal Act") has come into effect through the Payment of Bonus (Amendment) Act, 2015 ("Amendment").
PSA Legal Counsellors
The concept of workman is central to the concept of an industrial dispute as an industrial dispute can be raised either by a "workman" or an "employer."
Kott Gunning
Constructive dismissal, in effect forced resignation, is generally poorly understood.
On 31 December 2015 the President gave his assent to certain amendments to the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965. The amendments have increased the wage threshold for determining applicability of the Act from INR 10,000 to INR 21,000 per month.
Cooper Grace Ward
The Fair Work Commission Full Bench has decided to vary the annual leave provisions in the majority of modern awards.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Both employees and employers need to be mindful of where to draw the line between private and public communication.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Failure to manage WHS risks to employees may lead to convictions for officers, directors or board members of a company.
An Australian employee has won her bid for workers' compensation benefits for psychological injury after she learned that a coworker had taken covert photographs of her.
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
It is common for corporates to carry out termination of employees who do not meet their performance requirements, or are found wanting in their conduct or are incapable of working in teams.
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