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Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Colombia - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Colombia

Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Italy

Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Malaysia - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Malaysia

Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Puerto Rico - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Puerto Rico

Global Guide Quarterly
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July 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - United Kingdom - Q2 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from the United Kingdom

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.

Insight
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July 14, 2022

EEOC Updates COVID-19 Guidance, Potentially Limiting Employers’ Ability to Screen Employees for COVID-19

On July 12, 2022, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission updated its COVID-19 FAQs, with specific emphasis on viral testing, antibody tests, and other issues relating to workplace safety.

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.

Littler Report
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June 30, 2022

COVID-19: EMEA Lockdown Restrictions (June Update)

We have created a high-level guide which gives an “at a glance” snapshot of the severity of lockdown restrictions in 28 countries across EMEA. We have recently updated this guide to be current as of June 2022.

Insight
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June 27, 2022

Ontario, Canada: Arbitrator Decides Employer Discriminated on Basis of Creed in Denying Request for Vaccine Policy Exemption

In a recent decision an arbitrator found that the grievor was discriminated against on the basis of creed under the Ontario Human Rights Code when her employer denied her request for an exemption from its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy.

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