Employees working remotely outside the UK during Covid-19 may create – and may already have created – expensive tax liabilities for themselves and their employers. UK employers with staff abroad should act now to understand and mitigate the risks.
The short answer is that a lot has changed in the UK since March. This article breaks down the key topics that employers and HR professionals in the UK need to be thinking about, both recapping what has changed to date and looking ahead.
Due to the increase of COVID-19 cases and related deaths in Michigan over the last four weeks, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an Oct. 29, 2020 Epidemic Order extending and revising its previous order issued on Oct. 9, 2020.
On October 20, 2020, Ontario introduced Bill 218, Supporting Ontario’s Recovery and Municipal Elections Act, 2020, which would provide employers with a degree of liability protection from COVID-related claims.
A discussion of President Trump’s Executive Order, “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping,” which curbs the discussion of certain topics from diversity and inclusion training provided by federal contractors and grantees.
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario made a $170,000 damage award to a vulnerable employee who, after being sexually harassed by her direct supervisor, engaged in unwelcome sexual activity, fearing that if she refused she would lose her job.