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Australia
People + Culture Strategies
COVID-19 was considered a relevant factor when awarding compensation to an applicant who had been unfairly dismissed.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Commission granted an extension of time because the chain of events and evidence showed exceptional circumstances.
Swaab
The case illustrates why it is important for employers to have current, applicable employment contracts in effect.
LegalVision
As a business owner, you will probably need to manage an employee with a physical illness or injury at some point.
Holding Redlich
Termination of employment – what to do & what not to do & lessons for employers.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A NSW police officer won a five year battle to regain his job, after a battle that has cost $500,000 in legal costs.
Stacks Law Firm
How an employer goes about sacking a worker could be crucial to determining whether the worker receives compensation.
People + Culture Strategies
When the employee accepted another role at another club as well, this conflict of interest warranted summary dismissal.
China
River Delta Law Firm
The critical role of performance evaluation for dismissal of incompetent employees.
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
As we approach the bonus season, many employers in Hong Kong will be looking back on an unusual year to work out what bonus, if any, to award their employees.
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 ...
India
King, Stubb & Kasiva
During the Covid-19, we, King Stubb & Kasiva, have been approached by clients across industry verticals who have made enquiries concerning Employment and Labour law related aspects in India.
Kazakhstan
lus Laboris
Kazakhstan has made major changes to its employment rules and conditions, including the introduction of a new system of registration for employment contracts.
Malaysia
MahWengKwai & Associates
It is common practice for employers to hire employees under fixed term contracts in Malaysia. A fixed term employment contract is a contract for a specific period of time only.
MahWengKwai & Associates
Malaysian employment law requires employers to have "just cause and excuse" before dismissing their employees. Under Section 20 of the Industrial Relations Act 1967,
MahWengKwai & Associates
Malaysian employment law requires employers to have "just cause and excuse" before terminating their employees.
Singapore
Withers LLP
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on trade, supply chains and financial markets, with a particularly devastating impact on certain industry sectors such as aviation, tourism and services.
Frank Legal & Tax
In Thailand, all employers, and employees, except for the government administration and state enterprises, are governed by the Thai Labor Protection Act of 1998 ("LPA") (amended 2019).
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