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Australia
Metis Law
Employers must provide casual employees with a copy of the "model casual conversion clause" within the first 12 months.
Holman Webb
There have been a number of recent developments in workplace relations in Australia, in Queensland and in NSW.
Holding Redlich
This update links to recent media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to employment law and workplace relations.
Cooper Grace Ward
Employers need to reconsider the scope of the Miscellaneous Award, now that the FWC has extended its coverage.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Certain persons who were classified as casual employees and remunerated as such, may still claim leave entitlements.
Vincent Young
The Vincent Young Employment + Workplace Relations team has updated its Employment + Workplace Relations Guide to reflect the changes for this financial year.
Canada
Taylor McCaffrey
The plaintiff was a 13 year employee of Saputo, a cheese manufacturer and wholesaler, prior to his termination on September 1, 2015.
MLT Aikins LLP
On July 7, 2020, the Government of Alberta introduced Bill 32, the Restoring Balance in Alberta's Workplaces Act ("Bill 32"), which proposes several key changes to Alberta's labour and employment legislation.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
A lot has happened since the federal budget bills containing amendments to modernize the Canada Labour Code (the Code) received royal assent back in late 2018 and early 2019
Miller Thomson LLP
On June 24, 2020, the Federal Government published the Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations (the "Regulations").
McLennan Ross LLP
A significant modification to the ESC is the change of averaging agreements within the existing ESC to "averaging arrangements," with different and more flexible obligations.
McLennan Ross LLP
The Board may hear more cases with the Chair or a Vice Chair sitting alone rather than a full panel of three. Such cases now include:
McLennan Ross LLP
Last year, the new UCP Government introduced a number of positive changes to the Labour Relations Code and Employment Standards Code through Bill 2
Clark Wilson LLP
With many businesses starting to ramp up and employers asking employees to return to the physical workplace, employers should be mindful of their obligation to accommodate parents...
China
River Delta Law Firm
As of the end of March, cases of COVID-19 have been cleared in nearly 300 cities of China, and the emergency response level has been reduced.
River Delta Law Firm
At present, the epidemic prevention and control is in motion, and the company's resumption of work is gradually carried out in an orderly manner.
European Union
Appleby
One unanticipated consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the huge increase in the collection of personal data.
India
Vaish Associates Advocates
By way of order dated 08.05.2020, the Competition Commission of India ("CCI/Commission") has dismissed the allegations of exclusivity created by the Department
New Zealand
Cavell Leitch
Organisations who contract workers through labour hire companies could be liable for grievances raised by those workers.
lus Laboris
A company was declared bankrupt and some employees were dismissed, due to the liquidation of the company. Employees considered their dismissal unlawful and applied to the court.
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