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AGP Law Firm | A.G. Paphitis & Co. LLC
Parental leave constitutes an important right for employees who are parents, since it allows both mothers and fathers to be absent from their work for the purpose...
European Union
Walkers
On Friday 30 September, the States of Guernsey voted to approve The Prevention of Discrimination (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2022 (the Ordinance), subject to a number of amendments.
France
Soulier Avocats
La loi de finances rectificative pour 2022 du 16 août 2022 prévoit des mesures sociales en faveur du pouvoir d'achat dont l'employeur a la possibilité de se saisir.
Soulier Avocats
The 2022 Rectifying Finance Law of August 16, 2022 provides for social measures to improve purchasing power that the employer can take advantage of.
Ireland
Lewis Silkin
This Autumn, the Irish government plans to progress legislation on an employee's right to request remote working arrangements as a matter of priority.
Isle of Man
Simcocks
Advocate Chris Brooks, Consultant and Head of Litigation at Simcocks Advocates answers questions on whistleblowing, which is in the news following two decisions of the Isle of Man Equality...
Malta
RMC Wise
Amber Abele, Compliance Associate at RMC Wise, speaks about outsourcing arrangements of licensed entities, highlighting the importance of conducting due diligence
Ganado Advocates
In the case ZP Services Limited vs. Gennaro Lanza, Honourable Judge Christian Falzon Scerri delved into and examined certain clauses which were included in the employment contract which regulated the employment of the Defendant …
VacancyCentre
​In recent years, mental health has become a trending topic in the HR world. In spite of this, the topic still remains somewhat of a taboo in many workplaces.
Spain
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Spanish Government has approved a Bill to regulate the protection of people who report breaches of regulations and in the fight against corruption.
Turkey
Kilinc Law & Consulting
According to the definition generally accepted by the doctrine and the Court of Cassation, an occupational accident is an accident that the employee has suffered as a result of an incident that occurred suddenly from the work ...
UK
Gowling WLG
The circumstances in which trustees of occupational pension schemes can or should treat historic underpayments as forfeit have become a focus of attention following the decisions of the High Court in Lloyds and Axminster.
Safecall
Whistleblowing training can help improve business compliance with anti-fraud and anti-discrimination legislation, as well as dovetailing into an organisations' Environmental Social Governance (ESG) policy.
Giambrone & Partners
The past two the three years have seen the biggest changes to the workplace in recent years, from Zoom meetings to hybrid working.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Decision means Tesco may proceed with a ‘fire and rehire' process to withdraw benefits.
Bindmans LLP
Let's Have A Conversation About…Redundancy
Gowling WLG
Jason Coates chaired this second session focusing on protecting the scheme and its members in a distressed employer situation. Rachel Croft discusses her experience in this situation...
Worldwide
lus Laboris
Like many employers, you may be struggling to find employees with the skills you need in your own country. But the pandemic has shown, if nothing else, that work can be done from anywhere.
lus Laboris
In a perfect world, high ethical standards should be the norm. But working out what those standards should be is not a simple matter.
lus Laboris
Necessity, so the saying goes, is the mother of invention.
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