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Global Guide Quarterly
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October 25, 2022

Littler Global Guide - United Arab Emirates - Q3 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from the United Arab Emirates

Global Guide Quarterly
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October 25, 2022

Littler Global Guide - United Kingdom - Q3 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from the United Kingdom

Global Guide Quarterly
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October 25, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Venezuela - Q3 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Venezuela

Littler Report
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October 18, 2022

The Littler 2022 European Employer Survey Report

Drawing on insights from nearly 700 human resources executives, in-house attorneys, and business leaders, this year’s survey finds employers pulled in different directions related to in-person work and hybrid scheduling.

ASAP
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October 18, 2022

Canada Proposes Two CLC Regulations on Service of Documents, Regular Rate of Wages, and Reimbursement of Reasonable Work-Related Expenses

On October 1, 2022, Canada published two proposed Regulations under the Canada Labour Code (CLC) and requested comments by October 31, 2022, via a new embedded commenting feature.

Insight
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October 13, 2022

Ontario, Canada Human Rights Tribunal Finds it Has Concurrent Jurisdiction with Labour Arbitrators to Decide Human Rights Claims in Unionized Workplaces

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently addressed whether allegations made under the Human Rights Code fell within the exclusive jurisdiction of a labour arbitrator, or whether it had concurrent jurisdiction over employment-related matters.

Insight
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October 12, 2022

Diversity in leadership: Top tips for employers in the UK

Many UK employers have been grappling with how to hire both employees and senior leadership from more diverse backgrounds. This article looks at some practical steps employers can take to try and achieve this whilst minimising risks.

Insight
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October 11, 2022

Recent Human Rights Due Diligence Law Developments in the European Union, Switzerland, and Japan

National and supranational legislatures continue to develop laws requiring employers to conduct due diligence of their operations and those of their business partners in order to address human rights risks such as forced labor and child labor.

Insight
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October 7, 2022

British Columbia Court Finds Employer May Place Employee on Unpaid Leave for Failing to Comply with its Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

The British Columbia Supreme Court in Parmar v. Tribe Management Inc. rendered the first civil court decision examining whether an employer can do so in a non-unionized workplace.

Insight
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October 4, 2022

International Data Transfer of HR Data From the EU to Non-EU Entities – The Deadline for Adapting SCCs is December 27, 2022

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation regulates the transfer of personal data in the European Union. The deadline for adapting Standard Contractual Clauses to meet new compliance obligations is December 27, 2022.

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