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National Labor Relations Board Proposes Three New Rules Regarding Employee Free Choice And Union Elections
First, the NLRB proposed changing its policy when employees have sought an election and a party has filed an unfair labor practice charge.
United States
19 Aug 2019
2
Whistleblowing In The Workplace: Learning Points For HR, Part 2
If a worker raises concerns about something which might represent serious wrongdoing in the workplace
UK
19 Aug 2019
3
Australian Government Seizes Its Moment In Union Reform Proposals
The Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment (Ensuring Integrity) Bill 2019 introduced to the House of Representatives on 4 July
Australia
15 Aug 2019
4
Unearthing The Pitch-Side Mole: How To Protect Confidential Information In Sport
The importance of keeping certain information confidential in sport should not be underestimated. Knowledge of even the smallest piece of information relating to an opposing club
UK
15 Aug 2019
5
Does UK Supreme Court Decision On Severance Cut Off The Arguments?
The first Supreme Court judgment on employment competition in a century was handed down recently – and it is good news for employers.
UK
14 Aug 2019
6
Discrimination In Football: Will Rule Changes Help To Kick It Out?
A report from Kick It Out, the anti-discrimination charity, found that reports of racism in English football rose by 43% last season, from 192 instances to 274.
UK
14 Aug 2019
7
Whistleblowing In The Workplace: Learning Points For HR, Part 1
Over the last 12 months we have seen a significant increase in queries on whistleblowing in the workplace.
UK
14 Aug 2019
8
Extension Of IR35 To The Private Sector, Part 15 – Feeling The Draft
Last month the government published both the results of its latest consultation on IR35 and the draft legislation.
UK
13 Aug 2019
9
"It's Quiet … Too Quiet" – Summer Comes To UK Employment Law
And then similarly to Acas for its newly re-issued guidance on Your First Job.
UK
12 Aug 2019
10
Australian High Court Confirms No Personal Right Of Free Speech In Some Cases
Implied freedom of political communication justifiably restricted by the constraints on APS employees in their public comments.
Australia
9 Aug 2019
11
This Is Not Working – The Answer? One Consultation, Please
Hot on the heels of a petition for new legislation aimed at preventing sexual harassment in the workplace, the Government has launched its consultation
UK
9 Aug 2019
12
Stricter Emiratisation Requirements In The UAE
As part of the UAE government's policy to provide job opportunities to UAE nationals in the private sector, representatives from Tas'heel have confirmed that the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has introduced a requirement.
United Arab Emirates
8 Aug 2019
13
New Jersey Expands Medical Marijuana Protections: Employees Hit Big
New Jersey joins the growing list of states to offer employment protections for authorized users of medical marijuana.
United States
8 Aug 2019
14
NDAs And Tribunal Witness Orders – Which Prevails?
In all the hoo-hah around the use of NDAs in settlement agreement, no one yet seems to have asked the question of what happens if you sign
UK
8 Aug 2019
15
Ninth Circuit Issues Decision Clarifying Businesses Obligations To Persons With Disabilities
Many employers are familiar with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which sets forth employers' obligations to disabled applicants and employees.
United States
7 Aug 2019
16
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party – The Diversity Of Trustee Boards
The Mad Hatter's tea party would not have been as brilliantly bonkers if the characters were not so diverse.
UK
7 Aug 2019
17
Employment Conditions For Belgium's Largest Joint Committee Have Been Decided
In a previous blog [here] I mentioned to you that the social partners – bar one – had come to an agreement on employment conditions for 2019 and 2020.
UK
6 Aug 2019
18
State Law Round-Up: Minnesota Criminal Penalties For Wage Law Violations; New York Wage Gap And Hairstyle Discrimination; Pregnancy And Nursing Protections In Maine
Minnesota governor Tim Waltz recently signed legislation that imposes criminal penalties (including felony charges) on employers who engage in "wage theft."
United States
31 Jul 2019
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Taking The Issue Of Unequal Pay Onto The U.S. District Court's Turf
As recently mentioned on Sports Shorts, the spotlight on the gender pay gap has been amplified following the fourth World Cup win by the U.S.
United States
31 Jul 2019
20
Playback Time – The Rights And Wrongs Of Covert Recordings In The Workplace
Phoenix House Limited -v- Stockman has been kicking round the Employment Tribunal system ever since Ms Stockman was dismissed in 2013
UK
30 Jul 2019
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