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Insight
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April 1, 2021

UK: Mandatory vaccines for the workplace – worth a shot?

With over half the adult population having now received their first vaccine, many employers will be wondering how they can use the vaccine rollout to get employees back into workplaces.

Insight
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March 31, 2021

High Court of England & Wales Considers Territorial Scope of GDPR for the First Time

In the first case of its kind, the High Court of England & Wales has considered the limits on the extraterritorial reach of the European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

ASAP
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March 31, 2021

Ontario, Canada Superior Court Determines Employee Misconduct Did Not Justify Dismissal for Cause Without Notice

In Czerniawski v. Corma Inc., 2021 ONSC 1514, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice concluded that a long-term employee’s misconduct did not justify dismissal for cause without notice. The court awarded 19 months’ common law reasonable notice.

ASAP
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March 31, 2021

Republic of Labour Law - Irish HR Updates in March

This week in the Republic of Labour Law, we discuss an upcoming change to Parent’s Leave.

Littler Report
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March 30, 2021

Littler’s APAC At a Glance: COVID-Related Restrictions (March Update)

Littler’s APAC team is pleased to provide you with its “APAC At a Glance: COVID-Related Restrictions” guide, to help employers adapt their operations to the different measures (and timetables) happening in the region.

Insight
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March 29, 2021

Canada: Ontario Superior Court Holds Labour Arbitrator Has Exclusive Jurisdiction to Resolve Dispute Relating to Workplace Violence and Harassment

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has held that when a claim for workplace sexual harassment and workplace sexual assault “arises under the collective agreement,” a labour arbitrator has exclusive jurisdiction to resolve it under s.48(1) of the OLRA.

ASAP
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March 26, 2021

The Netherlands: A competing former employee? Take action!

Employers in the Netherlands should take action if they find out that a (soon-to-be or) former employee is going to work for a competitor. If they do not do so or fail to do so on time, they risk being left empty-handed.

ASAP
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March 25, 2021

It is Now Easier for Organizations in Ontario, Canada to Offer Private Rapid COVID-19 Testing of Asymptomatic Employees

In a News Release dated March 17, 2021, Ontario announced it was removing regulatory restrictions to make it easier for organizations to conduct on-site COVID-19 testing in the workplace.

ASAP
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March 25, 2021

Ontario, Canada Superior Court Deems Employee's Pregnancy an Important Factor in Assessing Reasonable Notice Period for Dismissal

In Nahum v. Honeycomb Hospitality Inc., 2021 ONSC 1455, the Ontario Superior Court determined that an employee’s pregnancy should impact the calculation of her reasonable notice period for dismissal.

ASAP
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March 24, 2021

The Netherlands: When does the prohibition against termination during sickness apply?

In the Netherlands, employers are generally prohibited from dismissing sick employees in the event of a reorganization, even if those employees are eligible for dismissal based on the reflection principle.

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