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PCC Employment Lawyers
The legal test of what constitutes bullying does not consider a worker's belief; but instead, it is an objective test.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Discrimination is a highly complex area and needs a fine balance of a number of intersecting rights for the workplace.
lus Laboris
This article answers some of the most frequently asked questions about sickness absence and sick pay in the UK during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, including the rules on statutory sick pay (SSP)...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In the midst of Monday's political back-and-forth, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made his strongest comments to date that may ultimately prove relevant for both Canadian citizens and their employers.
Crowe MacKay LLP
Too many deadlines? No problem, we put together a list of key dates to help you navigate the 2019 tax year.
MacDonald & Associates
When it comes to maintaining a terminated employee's benefits, it is not always clear what an employer's obligations are.
Miller Thomson LLP
Inna Koldorf contributes to Q&A for Canadian Dental Association on how to respond to sexual harassment by a patient.
Devry Smith Frank LLP
At Devry Smith Frank LLP's Human Resource and Employment Seminar, Employment Lawyer Marty Rabinovitch discussed The Reality of Covid-19 - Advice and Best Practices for Employers.
Arthur Cox
A former scheduler for an installation company told the WRC that he was hospitalised with panic attacks and treated for depression, as a result of "repeated and continuous intimidating behaviour" from a co-worker.
lus Laboris
The government has set out its ‘roadmap' for gradually easing the lockdown restrictions, but as employees begin to return to work there will continue to be many individuals who are unwell or required to self-isolate.
Clyde & Co
Different businesses will face different challenges as the lock down restrictions are eased. These will range from getting staff back into the workplace, whether returning from furlough leave or...
lus Laboris
UK employers are facing many employment law issues as restrictions begin to be eased and more employees can come back to work.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Many Pride events have been cancelled across the world due to COVID-19.
Wrigleys Solicitors
How can employers avoid discrimination during the Covid-19 crisis? These are very difficult times for employers. Every day brings new dilemmas and novel solutions born out of necessity. Which staff should we furlough?
Taylor Vinters
From today, Wednesday 13 May, employers are being encouraged to bring their employees back to work if they cannot work from home. In this article, we explore the Government's guidelines, which includes practical steps to take when ...
United States
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
(May 1, 2020) - In the first part of this alert on taking employees' temperatures, we explained some of the obligations created under discrimination laws
Ropes & Gray LLP
Ropes & Gray offers immediate practical guidance on how to navigate the legal and ethical issues raised by the need to have a clear plan for allocating scarce resources as COVID-19 strains...
Ford & Harrison LLP
Governor Ned Lamont has approved a phased reopening of Connecticut businesses. Phase 1, set to begin on May 20, 2020, will by no means, however, be a return to normal.
Littler Mendelson
The plaintiff worked at the employer school as a sixth grade teacher for students with mild learning disabilities
Littler Mendelson
Washington's COVID-19 reopening guidance is constantly developing.
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