Sep 5, 2013

Google Alert - Employment Law

News 10 new results for Employment Law
Government pushes forward with employment law reforms International Law Office
The government continues to push ahead with its employment law reform agenda. Late July 2013 marked the implementation of a tranche of significant changes ...
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Domestic workers celebrate rights breakthrough The Guardian
Domestic workers, typically female, have long been vulnerable to abuse, with their treatment sometimes tantamount to slavery. Photograph: Caiaimage/Rex ...
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Employee Shareholder Status in the United Kingdom The National Law Review
The much publicised "employee shareholder" status came into effect yesterday, 1 September 2013, offering employers a more flexible way to structure their ...
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Impact of new Anti-corruption Law on employer-employee relations International Law Office
The new Anti-corruption Law (12.846/2013) was issued on August 1 2013 and will take effect on January 29 2014. The law provides penalties against legal ...
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A death in the family Canadian HR Reporter (blog)
Losing a loved one is a painful experience that, unfortunately, we all must go through at one time or another. In such a difficult time, the last thing people want to ...
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Ruling may end unpaid job trials
Unpaid work trials in New Zealand could be over following a landmark employment case featuring a brief trial at a small Nelson lunch shop. Employment law ...
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How aid can help support labor rights in Myanmar Devex
On Aug. 30, President Thein Sein signed the Employment and Skills Development Law to create job opportunities, enhance people's labor skills and reduce ...
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Samoa Labour Dept says human trafficking law shouldn't confuse ... Radio New Zealand International
The Samoan Department of Labour says the approach to human trafficking in American Samoa should separate the issues of foreign labour and criminal ...
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Ontario needs to adopt worker choice laws Troy Media
Labour laws in Canada are rather different. In all Canadian provinces, mandatory union membership and full dues payments are permitted as a condition of ...
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Cadwalader, Baker Botts, Squire Sanders: Business of Law Bloomberg
Gansle has experience in employment law issues such as litigating cases involving race, sex, disability, and age discrimination, as well as wage and hour cases ...
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Blogs 2 new results for Employment Law
The California Employment Law Blog: Bain v. Tax Reducers: Court ... Steven G. Pearl
Bain v. Tax Reducers, Inc. (8/28/13) --- Cal.App.4th --- addresses a number of interesting issues. In 2005, Harold Bain filed a Labor Commissioner (LC) action ...
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Social Media, Your Employees and the Law | Kreisson Legal kreisson
4 September 2013. In August 2013, we explored the use of social media to build your business, and some of the legal risks associated with intellectual property ...
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Web 1 new result for Employment Law
WJ: CHRISTINE OWENS National Employment Law Project - C ...
Christine Owens of the National Employment Law Project discussed her group's efforts to highlight the plight of low-wage workers and efforts to raise the ...

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