A recent decision of the British Columbia, Canada Civil Resolution Tribunal is especially relevant now that remote work has become common. The Tribunal found the employer had just cause for terminating a remote worker’s employment for time theft.
Illinois employers already required to make pay disclosures for the Equal Pay Registration Certificate (ERPC) process would face even more stringent pay transparency duties under legislation currently headed to Governor Pritzker for signature.
The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) recently published new non-statutory guidance to support UK employers and employees when handling reasonable adjustments for mental health at work.
In a joint “Dear Colleague” letter, the Departments of Education and Justice discuss efforts to address barriers that prevent people with disabilities from participating in online services, programs, and activities sponsored by educational institutions.
On May 11, 2023, British Columbia, Canada’s Bill 13, Pay Transparency Act, received Royal Assent. Section 2 of the Act, which addresses the employer’s obligations regarding publicly advertised job opportunities, comes into force on November 1, 2023.