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January 26, 2022

Wage Transparency: How Can Multi-State Employers Manage the Compliance Minefield of Wage Disclosure Laws Nationwide?

Pay equity, or the desire to achieve it, has been a hot topic for employers in the United States in the past several years.

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December 28, 2021

New York City Enacts Law that Hinders Use of Automated Tools in Hiring and Promotion Decisions

New York City marked the end of 2021 by enacting a law that will make it challenging, if not infeasible, to use a broad swath of algorithmic, computerized tools to review, select, rank or eliminate candidates for employment or promotion.

ASAP
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December 22, 2021

Puerto Rico Supreme Court Rules on Damages Calculations Involving Double Penalties and Alternate Income Streams

The Puerto Rico Supreme Court recently held that when a plaintiff prevails in a discrimination lawsuit, any award of back pay must be reduced by any income earned from other means before applying the double penalty provided by local laws.

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December 16, 2021

24 Key Developments in Canadian Labour and Employment Law in 2021

In 2021, Canada saw significant statutory and case law developments in labour and employment law, some of which related to COVID-19. This Insight provides an overview of key 2021 developments, with links to more detailed articles and commentary.

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December 9, 2021

Salary Negotiation Can Provide Affirmative Defense to Equal Pay Act Claim as “Factor Other Than Sex”

A female applicant applies for a job that was widely advertised. During her interview she insists on being paid $100,000. The employer agrees, although it employs a male doing substantially similar work for $125,000. Does this violate the EPA?

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December 7, 2021

Fourth Circuit Requires Parity in Each Component of Compensation, Not Only in Total Compensation, Under Federal Equal Pay Act

On December 3, 2021, the Fourth Circuit rejected the notion that under the federal Equal Pay Act, equality should be assessed based on total compensation, holding instead that equality must be satisfied regarding each component of compensation.

Dear Littler
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November 30, 2021

Dear Littler: Can we ban the unvaccinated from our office parties?

The holiday season is upon us, and we’d like to celebrate this year by holding an actual office party like we did in the “before” times. Can we make sure only vaccinated people attend?

Littler Report
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November 29, 2021

New Federal Labour Law Issued in the UAE

In mid-November, the UAE Cabinet approved a new Labour Law, Federal Law Number 33 of 2021 (the New Labour Law) which will come into force on 2 February 2022 and repeals Law Number 8 of 1980 (the Old Law), replacing it entirely.

ASAP
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November 19, 2021

Day 2: Application of Florida’s Vaccine Mandate Law

A new Florida law’s failure to define the term “COVID-19 vaccination mandate” becomes significant in its application to employers.

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November 19, 2021

Ontario, Canada Court of Appeal Decides Employer Was Justified in Terminating Employee for Cause for Sexual Harassment

The Court of Appeal of Ontario recently overturned the lower court decision when it concluded that an employee did in fact sexually harass his co-worker and his for-cause dismissal was justified.

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