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Global Guide Quarterly
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April 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Venezuela - Q1 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Venezuela

Insight
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April 13, 2022

British Columbia, Canada: Arbitrator Decides Employer Could Terminate Employee Who Refused Government-Ordered Vaccination

An arbitrator in British Columbia held that an employer rightfully terminated an employee who was ineligible for work for refusing to receive a COVID-19 vaccine despite a government order requiring it.

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April 8, 2022

Ontario, Canada: Mandatory Vaccination Policy Upheld Despite Government’s Reduction of COVID-19 Restrictions

An Ontario arbitrator recently upheld a retirement home’s mandatory vaccination policy as a reasonable workplace rule consistent with the collective agreement, the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Retirement Homes Act, 2010.

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April 6, 2022

Minimum Wage Rates to Increase in Ontario, Canada Commencing October 1, 2022

On April 5, 2022, Ontario announced that, in an effort to help workers with rising costs and inflation, it will be raising its general minimum wage by 8% from $15 per hour to $15.50 per hour, commencing October 1, 2022.

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April 6, 2022

Alberta, Canada Court Deducts CERB Payments from Substantial Reasonable Notice Award to Long-term Employee

In Oostlander v Cervus Equipment Corporation, 2022 ABQB 200, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta awarded 24 months’ pay in lieu of reasonable notice to a long-term heavy duty mechanic, less mitigation income.

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April 1, 2022

New Legal Developments in Brazil on Remote Work

On March 28, 2022, the Brazilian government published a new Provisional Measure that, among other matters, modifies some of the provisions of the Labor Code relating to remote work that could have a significant impact on employers.

ASAP
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April 1, 2022

British Columbia, Canada: Bill 19 Amends Personal Illness or Injury Leave

Bill 19 addresses issues raised after the province’s Employment Standards Act (ESA) was amended to entitle eligible employees in the province to eight personal illness or injury leave days—five paid and three unpaid—commencing January 1, 2022.

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March 30, 2022

British Columbia, Canada Court Awards Employee Aggravated Damages After Employer Makes Unfounded Allegations after Commencement of Litigation

In a successful wrongful dismissal lawsuit, the Supreme Court of British Columbia awarded an employee an additional $15,000 for aggravated damages because the employer engaged in conduct during the dismissal that was unfair and in bad faith.

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March 30, 2022

Ontario, Canada Arbitrator Decides Mandatory Vaccination Policy Does Not Infringe Charter of Rights and Freedoms

An arbitrator has upheld the Toronto District School Board’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy, determining determined that the policy did not infringe section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and was a reasonable exercise of management rights.

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