Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice issued the first judicial decision to find that a non-union employee’s refusal to comply with a COVID-19 vaccination policy imposed by a third party amounted to frustration of an employment contract.
Layoffs are here and with them comes an often-overlooked threat: trade secret misappropriation. Thousands of tech workers have been laid off over the last year, and 61% of business leaders say their organizations will likely have layoffs in 2023.
To maintain a diverse workforce and encourage women to remain at work, employers need to find better ways to support them by addressing the challenges women may face in negotiating the demands of their professional and personal lives.
On March 8 the Michigan House of Representatives passed a bill expanding the language of the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act’s protected categories to include sexual orientation and gender identity or expression as prohibited categories for discrimination
On March 3, 2023, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued new policy guidance, Evaluating Eligibility for O-1B Visa Category, which describes new updates made to the USCIS Policy Manual.