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Podcast
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August 3, 2022

The Termination Clause in Dutch Employment Agreements Explained

The termination clause seems an easy and straightforward clause, but the employer has another hoop to jump through if the employee doesn’t want to agree to termination.

ASAP
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July 28, 2022

Deadline for Updating Forms I-9 Involving Expired List B Document is July 31, 2022

The July 31, 2022 deadline is rapidly approaching for employers to update the Forms I-9 of employees who presented an expired List B document (establishing the individual’s identity) between May 1, 2020 and April 30, 2022.

Littler Report
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July 28, 2022

EU Working Conditions Directive: Local Implementation At-A-Glance Guide

Littler Europe has compiled a comparative guide on the main changes the EU Working Conditions Directive will make in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and Spain.

Insight
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July 27, 2022

Canada: Alberta Court Finds Employee Resigned and Was Not Constructively Dismissed When He Did Not Comply with Mask Policy

The Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta recently dismissed an employee’s claim that he had been constructively dismissed when his employer did not accommodate him with a mask exemption and put him on indefinite unpaid leave.

ASAP
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July 22, 2022

As of July 1, 2022, Connecticut Employers Must Provide Employees with a Notice of Rights Under the Paid Family and Medical Leave Law

The Connecticut Paid Family and Medical Leave Act requires employers to provide a written notice to employees at the time of hiring, and annually thereafter.

Insight
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July 18, 2022

Alberta Court of Appeal Decides Employees Entitled to Common Law Reasonable Notice Because Termination Clause Ambiguous

Because the Alberta appellate court found the relevant termination clause to be ambiguous, it referred the matter back to the lower court for a determination of common law reasonable notice.

ASAP
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July 15, 2022

NLRB Rules Two Union Representatives Were Not Fired Over COVID-19 Concerns

The NLRB recently adopted an administrative law judge’s decision that a carpenters’ union did not unlawfully lay off two employees who raised concerns about safe working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ASAP
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July 6, 2022

UK Employment Appeals Tribunal Upholds Dismissal of Employee who Refused to Work for COVID-related Safety Reasons

In Rodgers v. Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld a decision that dismissal of an employee who refused to work due to COVID-19 safety concerns was not unfair.

ASAP
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July 5, 2022

Non-Disparagement Provisions Not Barred by NJLAD’s #MeToo Amendments, For Now

A recent New Jersey appellate division case confronted the question of whether the NJLAD, as amended in 2019, prohibits certain terms in non-disparagement provisions, and concluded it does not.

Insight
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July 1, 2022

New Hurdles for Employers in Germany – The Sharpening of the Law on Proof of Essential Working Conditions and its Consequences

The European Union in 2019 launched a civil law directive on transparent and predictable working conditions in the EU. The directive stipulates that the rights and obligations set out therein must apply to all employment relationships by August 1, 2022.

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