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August 2, 2022

Florida’s ‘Guilt’ Ban May Squeeze Race Out of Diversity Training

Cindy-Ann Thomas explains why companies are finding themselves between a rock and a hard place in the wake of Florida’s Stop WOKE Act. (Subscription required.)

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August 2, 2022

Protected beliefs: what’s in and what’s out?

Josephine Rendall-Neal explains when a philosophical or religious belief is protected under the UK anti-discrimination law and offers concrete examples for employers.

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August 2, 2022

Chiode Minicucci Advogados Launches Workplace Policy Practice with the Addition of Márcio Eurico Vitral Amaro

The Workplace Policy practice is focused on strategic work carried out alongside policymakers with the purpose of assisting companies in working with Congress and Public Authorities in the preparation of legislative, administrative and regulatory rules.

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August 1, 2022

Punching In: High Court Signals Coming Curbs on Agency Deference

Michael Lotito comments on whether the Supreme Court might reverse Chevron, a legal doctrine that says courts should defer to a federal agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous law. (Subscription required.)

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August 1, 2022

Criticism of null dismissal due to illness: "It will increase litigation"

Antonio Pedrajas Quiles recommends that to comply with a new regulation, companies should provide as much detail as possible, if an employee dismissal occurs during sick leave.

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