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Global Guide Quarterly
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February 26, 2021

Littler Global Guide - Portugal - Q4 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Portugal

Global Guide Quarterly
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February 26, 2021

Littler Global Guide - Saudi Arabia - Q4 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Saudi Arabia

Global Guide Quarterly
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February 26, 2021

Littler Global Guide - Spain - Q4 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Spain

Global Guide Quarterly
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February 26, 2021

Littler Global Guide - Sweden - Q4 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Sweden

Global Guide Quarterly
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February 26, 2021

Littler Global Guide - Switzerland - Q4 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Switzerland

ASAP
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February 25, 2021

The Netherlands: Court Awards Damages to Manager Properly Fired for Misconduct Due to Unfair Investigation

A recent Dutch Court of Appeal decision demonstrates the importance of conducting a fair investigation into charges of employee misconduct.

Littler Report
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February 24, 2021

Ontario, Canada: Requirements for Mandatory Policies, Training and Postings

Employers subject to provincial legislation that have employees in Ontario often ask about legislative requirements under various employment statutes, including mandatory policies, training and postings.

Insight
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February 24, 2021

Ontario, Canada: Superior Court Considers Impact of COVID-19 on Employee’s Reasonable Notice Entitlement

In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the court considered factors unique to the COVID-19 pandemic in calculating the common law reasonable notice to which the employee was entitled.

Insight
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February 22, 2021

Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies Duty to Exercise Contractual Discretion in Good Faith

The Supreme Court of Canada has issued its decision in Wastech Services Ltd. v. Greater Toronto Sewage and Drainage District, which clarifies a party’s duty to exercise contractual discretion in good faith.

ASAP
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February 16, 2021

Dutch court holds COVID-19 justifies rent reduction. Will the same reasoning apply to salaries?

The District Court of The Hague recently ruled that, because it is an unforeseen circumstance, the coronavirus crisis caused a fundamental imbalance in a lease agreement between a restaurant owner and the lessor. Could this ruling apply to employment law?

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