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January 3, 2023

25 Key Developments in Canadian Labour and Employment Law in 2022

In 2022, Canada saw significant statutory and case law developments in labour and employment law, some of which related to COVID-19.

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December 20, 2022

New Year, New Workplace Fairness Act Requirements for Oregon Employers

In March 2022, Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 1586 into law, which amends the OWFA effective January 1, 2023, and clarifies many of the provisions of the original OWFA.

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December 16, 2022

Washington State Issues Final Policy on Pay Transparency in Job Postings, Setting Most Stringent Requirements in the Country

Earlier this month, Washington issued its final Administrative Policy providing the state’s interpretation of the Equal Pay and Opportunities Act, which takes effect on January 1, 2023.

Dear Littler
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December 15, 2022

Dear Littler: How should employers revise their releases, separation agreements, and settlement agreements in light of the Speak Out Act?

Considering the passage of the Speak Out Act limiting the use of pre-dispute nondisclosure and non-disparagement clauses involving sexual assault and sexual harassment claims, how do you recommend we revise those documents?

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December 12, 2022

Canada: British Columbia Court of Appeal Decides CERB Payments Should Not be Deducted from Damage Awards for Wrongful Dismissal

Court of Appeal for British Columbia decides Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) payments issued to those who stopped working due to the pandemic should not be deducted from wrongful dismissal damages awards.

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December 12, 2022

New York City Defers AI Law Enforcement to April 15, 2023

New York City is deferring enforcement of its first-in-the-nation regulation of the use of AI-driven hiring tools (Local Law 144 of 2021), which was initially slated to go into effect on January 1, 2023.

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November 29, 2022

An Employer’s Guide to New York State’s New Lawful Absence Law

On November 21, 2022, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law Bill A8092B (the “lawful absence law”), which prohibit employers from disciplining employees who take legally protected time off from work.

Dear Littler
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November 28, 2022

Dear Littler: Can We Require Proof that Our Applicants Are Authorized to Remain in the United States Permanently or at Least for the Foreseeable Future?

As we are advertising for and hiring new employees, can we require proof of permanent residence so we can be assured employees will stick around?

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November 17, 2022

Equal Pay Transparency Laws May Potentially Impact the PERM and H Visa Process

Equal Pay Transparency laws have been passed in several states and localities, potentially impacting the PERM/H-1B labor condition application process for employers conducting labor market testing efforts within those states before hiring foreign workers.

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November 15, 2022

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Sets Aside Judgment Reducing Employee’s Reasonable Notice Period for Failure to Mitigate

In Lake v. La Presse, the Ontario Court of Appeal set aside the lower court’s reduction of damages in a wrongful dismissal action for failure to mitigate.

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