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ASAP
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March 22, 2021

Dutch Court Ruling Shows a Fight is a Two-Way Street

The Dutch Court of Appeal recently addressed damages owed in a dismissal action where both the employer and employee acted with serious culpability.

ASAP
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March 19, 2021

Mexico: Updating the Employer Registration Certificate

Mexico’s National Institute of Migration is the agency charged with issuing a document known as the Employer Registration Certificate.

ASAP
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March 19, 2021

México: Actualización de la Constancia de Inscripción de Empleador (CIE)

La Constancia de Inscripción de Empleador es el documento emitido por el Instituto Nacional de Migración que permite a toda empresa la realización de trámites relacionados con el personal extranjero que se encuentra en territorio nacional, tales como la

ASAP
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March 17, 2021

Should Employers in Ontario, Canada Provide Employees with Paid Time Off to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Ontario Premier Doug Ford was recently asked if the Government of Ontario would consider passing legislation that would allow employees to take three hours’ paid time off to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Insight
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March 16, 2021

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Confirms Corporate Directors May Face Statutory Claims for Unpaid Wages in Wrongful Dismissal Claims

The Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent decision reminds corporate directors that an employee may be able to make a claim against them in a wrongful dismissal action for unpaid wages under s. 131 of the Ontario Business Corporations Act.

Littler Report
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March 15, 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.

Podcast
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March 11, 2021

Littler’s APAC Employment & Labor Law 2021 Series: Remote Workers in Asia versus Latin America

This discussion presents the essential checklist for any employer assessing remote work compliance issues in the two regions: Asia Pacific and Latin America

Insight
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March 10, 2021

Ontario, Canada: Superior Court Creates New Tort of Internet Harassment

Regardless of social media policies establishing expectations for employee conduct online, online harassment is still a prevalent issue in the workplace as well as in society more generally.

Podcast
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March 9, 2021

Littler’s APAC Employment & Labor Law 2021 Series: Asia’s Focus on LATAM and Putting Workers On the Ground

The primary options Asia employers may use to put workers on the ground and some of the key risks and benefits associated with using independent contractors to test the market in the region.

Insight
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March 1, 2021

Ontario, Canada Court Denies Employer’s Request to Remove Allegedly Defamatory Social Media Posts Pending Defamation Trial

A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision indicates that it is challenging for employers to obtain an interim injunction requiring an employee to remove allegedly defamatory social media posts pending resolution of an action for defamation.

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