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PCC Employment Lawyers
Episode 2 discusses genuine redundancy in an unfair dismissal claim, to supplement the book by PCC Employment Lawyers.
Williams + Hughes
Employers should take note of these changes to the Australian employment landscape that take effect on 1 July 2019.
Holding Redlich
If you haven't warned an underperforming employee before you dismiss them, then you could face trouble from the FWC.
Holding Redlich
Employers will need a fully-compliant privacy policy, with proper notice to employees and genuine consent from them.
Kells
Any claims for unlawful termination or unfair dismissal should be filed within 21 days of the date of dismissal.
Appleby
New employment is not always a smooth process. The employer and employee both need to adjust to new conditions and dynamics. Employees must learn
Siskinds LLP
Consider the following scenario. A business gives advance written notice of termination to one of its employees. At the same time, the business delivers to the employee a letter offering a termination package...
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario Divisional Court recently upheld an employer's decision to terminate an employee for frustration of contract, affirming that it is "inherently impossible" to accommodate an employee
CCPartners
As many employers are aware, it can be an uphill battle to uphold a dismissal for just cause. A recent ruling under the Canada Labour Code (the "Code") demonstrates
Gowling WLG
A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision reminds us that a finding of constructive dismissal by a court, does not always result in an award of damages.
Orrick
The termination of the appointment is achieved by a shareholders' resolution revoking the appointment of the managing director.
Arthur Cox
In the recent case of CPM Ireland Limited v Natasha Callaghan, the Labour Court found that while an employee had made a protected disclosure, her dismissal was "wholly unrelated" to the disclosure.
Wenger Plattner
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Switzerland, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Pisut & Partners
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Thailand, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that covert recording by an employee will not always be a breach of the implied duty of trust and confidence
Herbert Smith Freehills
The European Court of Human Rights in Garamukanwa v United Kingdom has confirmed that the right to privacy can theoretically apply in relation to communications sent from a workplace email
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
It is becoming increasingly common for employees to make covert recordings of meetings held with their employer
Withers LLP
Offering employees the opportunity to take a sabbatical is increasingly being seen as a desirable benefit.
Fisher Phillips LLP
Despite best efforts to police employees and protect customers and business partners, chances are high that dealerships will have to investigate allegations of theft in the workplace
Proskauer Rose LLP
The ARB recently affirmed the dismissal of a whistleblower retaliation claim under Section 806 of SOX, holding an employer is not a "contractor"
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