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Coleman Greig Lawyers
Employers must provide effective anti-discrimination and harassment policies to enable fair and lawful investigations.
Swaab
Employer Christmas parties in 2020 will be held against the backdrop of the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Swaab
If employers assumed the facts of this AFL sports story, they could be in breach of discrimination laws on two grounds.
Swaab
If not conducted in a reasonable manner, employer investigations and disciplinary processes could constitute bullying.
Pointon Partners
There has been an increase in the number of historic complaints of sexual harassment in the workplace since the pandemic hit.
Travis Schultz & Partners
There are still too many women (and men) who continue to suffer bullying and debilitating abuse in the workplace.
LegalVision
As a business owner, you will probably need to manage an employee with a physical illness or injury at some point.
People + Culture Strategies
Employees working remotely may feel they are more exposed to harassment and possibly discrimination in their employment.
China
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
n this podcast, Amanda Quan and Skye Hao discuss China's new law addressing sexual harassment and individual privacy rights, marking the first time that employers in China have been...
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
Amidst the pandemic, China introduced a civil code—its first-ever compilation of civil laws detailing the rights of private parties. The code's attention to sexual harassment provides another ...
IPO Pang Xingpu
The world is changing more quickly than any of us ever expected it to. Like enterprises around the world, modern Chinese companies must provide for their customers ...
IPO Pang Xingpu
Women are rising up around the world, claiming a greater role in political and economic leadership. It's happening everywhere and in the face of differing cultural values, history, and context that...
Hong Kong
lus Laboris
In this article first published in HR Online, Kathryn Weaver of Ius Laboris firm Lewis Silkin answers some key questions on employers' duty of care and other pandemic-related issues in Hong Kong, and takes a look ahead to 2021.
Mayer Brown
The amendment to the Sex Discrimination Ordinance (SDO) providing for protection against unlawful breastfeeding discrimination will come into force on 19 June 2021.
Mayer Brown
The COVID-19 disease is regularly imposing changes on the world.
Mayer Brown
Mayer Brown Employment & Benefits partners Duncan Abate and Hong Tran (both Hong Kong) predict few employers will move forward with mass employee COVID-19 testing.
Lewis Silkin
Hong Kong's Civil Service Bureau recently issued an internal memo, which was leaked to the press, that said department heads should dismiss employees on probation if they have been charged on suspicion of taking part in ...
lus Laboris
This article provides guidance for employers.
Mayer Brown
The COVID-19 disease is regularly forcing changes on the world. One of them is likely to be the wish by an employer to be able to ensure that its employees are free of the disease.
lus Laboris
The first half of 2020 has seen several employment law-related changes in Hong Kong, despite the city being hit by three waves of Covid-19 infections and working life changing as we know it.
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