After careful consideration, the Court of Appeal decided that the exclusion clause in the insurance policy did not apply.
It was appropriate that some reasoning is given when the competing evidence goes to the core of the decision reached.
The Tribunal needed to consider if the worker had a reasonable excuse for failing to undertake a rehabilitation program.
The WCC found that Seven Network was the main contributing factor to her injury, so she was entitled to compensation.
Article outlines the things that an employer should do when providing an annualised salary.
Article discusses s550 of the Fair Work Act, that involvement in contravention treated in same way as actual contravention.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Changes to key modern awards introduce prescriptive requirements for annualised wage arrangements e.g. a focus on record keeping.
Article promotes employee share and option schemes as a powerful mechanism for aligning staff & business interests.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, many new regulations and policies have been introduced at both national and local levels in Mainland China...
Dezan Shira & Associates
Given Dezan Shira & Associates‘ prominent position in China – nearly 30 years of experience, thirteen regional offices, several hundred staff on the ground, and our well-known China Briefing platform – ...
This article describes the changes ahead or already in place in 2020 for employers in the People's Republic of China.
Coronavirus COVID-19 has now infected more than 75,000 people in China and over 1,000 in the rest of the world.
DeHeng Law Offices
King & Capital Law Firm
In this case, employees, after returning to Beijing from the Hubei province or having been in contact with people from that area, are subject to supervised medical observation for 14 days.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
he outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (now designated COVID-19) caused massive disruption in China, including a nationwide extension of its...
O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Many business are facing the challenges caused by the novel coronavirus pneumonia (Covid-19) outbreak.
Asia's legal and human resources advisors are often required to function across multiple jurisdictions.
Employers may be making more redundancies than usual as Hong Kong finds itself facing a time of political and economic uncertainty.
As COVID-19 spreads its way around the world it is anticipated that more and more businesses will begin to feel the pain of a slowdown in the global economy.
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to employee incentives laws and regulations that may occur in Hong Kong.