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ASAP
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July 28, 2022

Irish Court Rules on Lawfulness of Use of CCTV in Disciplinary Proceedings

The Irish Court of Appeal has handed down a decision (DPC v Doolin) relating to the alleged misuse of CCTV by an employer in disciplinary proceedings relating to an employee taking unauthorised breaks.

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.

Littler Report
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July 27, 2022

COVID-19: APAC Lockdown Restrictions (July Update)

We have created a high-level guide that gives an “at a glance” snapshot of the severity of lockdown restrictions in 15 countries across Asia Pacific (APAC).

ASAP
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July 22, 2022

Ontario, Canada: Three Paid COVID Sick Days Extended Until March 31, 2023

On July 21, 2022, Ontario amended a regulation to extend the availability of Paid Infectious Disease Leave (Paid IDEL) until March 31, 2023. Prior to this extension, Paid IDEL was scheduled to expire on July 30, 2022.

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July 21, 2022

Ontario, Canada: ESA Guidance Now Contains Chapter on Electronic Monitoring Policies

The Working for Workers Act, 2022 requires certain employers to create and disseminate a written policy for all employees with respect to electronic monitoring of employees. The government has issued new guidance for such a policy.

Insight
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July 19, 2022

Ontario, Canada Appeal Court Affirms Finding that Midwives Were Underpaid Due to Gender Discrimination

The Court of Appeal for Ontario was satisfied with the reasonableness of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s finding that the Ministry of Health subjected midwives to pay discrimination on the basis of gender.

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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.

Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Austria - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Austria

Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Brazil - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Brazil

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