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Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
New Covid regulations are in effect from 1 August 2022, raising many questions for employers. The biggest changes are that quarantine for SARS-COV-2 infected persons is ...
France
Haas Avocats
Le transport routier de marchandises n'a pas été épargné par la révolution numérique, et a subi d'importants bouleversements et transformations avec notamment une « ubérisation » des services d'intermédiation entre transporteur et chargeur.
Germany
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
In this German-language podcast, Jacqueline Piran and Andre Appel from our Berlin office discuss major changes to German employment law effective August 1, 2022.
Ireland
Lewis Silkin
The highly anticipated sick leave legislation has recently been passed by the Oireachtas, meaning that for the first time employees in Ireland will have a legal right to sick leave paid by their employer.
Italy
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Remote work has been playing a key role in Italy, as everywhere in the world, since the pandemic started. During the height of the pandemic, the Italian government promptly intervened...
Boccadutri International Law Firm
Whistleblowing regulates how to report misconduct in the workplace and provides for the protection of those who report it.
Luxembourg
BSP
Due to the development of teleworking in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the question of taxation and social security affiliation of cross-border workers has been debated.
Netherlands
Littler Mendelson
Jasper Hoffstedde and Fleur van Lieshout of Littler's Amsterdam office discuss the termination clause in Dutch employment agreements.
UK
Herbert Smith Freehills
Over recent years there has been a steady flow of tribunal cases testing the boundaries of the protection for beliefs under the Equality Act.
Herbert Smith Freehills
An employer cannot engineer an end point to collective bargaining, to enable it safely to make a direct pay offer to employees without it being an unlawful inducement to bypass collective bargaining...
Lewis Silkin
Varying standards in data and reporting are holding back efforts to tackle ethnicity-related pay disparity, including in financial services, says UK campaign group...
Lanyon Bowdler
The issue of gender critical beliefs is of course much in the news and proliferates across social media.
Eversheds Sutherland - U.K
Welcome to our June UK labor law quarterly update. This edition contains the following content...
Herbert Smith Freehills
Employers would be well-advised to comply with the procedural steps set out in the Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures when dismissing, unless they can be ...
Eversheds Sutherland - U.K
Updated COVID-19 guidance for England, published on 1 April 2022, reflects a final phase of lifting restrictions.
Eversheds Sutherland - U.K
The post-Covid period is setting a next phase in employment tribunal operation with a new tribunal "roadmap" for conducting proceedings having been published.
Lewis Silkin
The pandemic required many people's personal and working lives to co-exist in a way they never had before. Caring responsibilities had to be accommodated alongside working life and the distinction...
Eversheds Sutherland - U.K
In our latest UK labor law podcast, we provide a news round-up and consider the impact of inflationary pressures on employee relations, including practical and legal insights for employers
Herbert Smith Freehills
Employers face paying more than the statutory cap for unfair dismissal compensation in some cases, following a ruling of the Scottish EAT in Dafiaghor-Olomu v Community Integrated Care.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Our next free virtual Employment Law Brunch Briefing takes place on Tuesday 2 August. This session will provide an update on the law on holiday leave and pay and will look in detail...
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