Lawmakers in Sacramento seek to outright ban criminal background checks by most private sector employers in California in a bill that would scrap California’s existing fair chance law and replace it with the most restrictive fair chance law in the U.S.
The Dutch Supreme Court has definitively resolved the question of whether an employment contract between a secondment agency and a secondment worker may end with immediate effect under the “secondment provisions” if the secondment worker falls ill.
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.
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.