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Global Guide Quarterly
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October 22, 2020

Littler Global Guide - Sweden - Q3 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Sweden

Global Guide Quarterly
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October 22, 2020

Littler Global Guide - Switzerland - Q3 2020

Quarterly employment law updates from Switzerland

Insight
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October 21, 2020

Supreme Court of Canada Overturns Court of Appeal in Landmark Bonus Case

The Supreme Court of Canada released a highly anticipated decision in an employee’s appeal of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal’s decision setting aside the damages awarded under a long-term incentive plan following a constructive dismissal.

Insight
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October 20, 2020

India Enacts Major Employment Law Reforms

In September 2020, the Indian legislature passed multiple laws that, taken together, constitute the most significant reforms of employment law in decades.

ASAP
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October 8, 2020

Ontario, Canada: Masks Must be Worn in Indoor Area of Business Premises and in Vehicles Operating as Part of Business

A new Regulation requires businesses or organizations that are open to require anyone in (a) the indoor area of their premises, or (b) in a vehicle operating as part of the business or organization, to wear a mask or face covering.

Insight
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October 7, 2020

Ontario, Canada: Superior Court Determines Enforceability of Termination Clause

The Ontario Superior Court recently issued a decision addressing whether a termination clause in an employment agreement is enforceable.

Insight
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October 5, 2020

Ontario, Canada: Human Rights Tribunal Finds Midwives Underpaid Due to Gender Discrimination

In Association of Ontario Midwives v Ontario (Health and Long-Term Care), 2020 HRTO 165, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal (HRTO) found that the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOH) underpaid midwives due to gender discrimination.

ASAP
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September 30, 2020

Ontario, Canada: Employers Must Screen Workers and Essential Visitors for COVID-19

In response to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Ontario, the province has imposed health screening obligations on employers.

Insight
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September 30, 2020

Smart working in Italy: From the exception to the rule?

Criticized by some, praised by others, “smart working” has given way, in recent times and especially in the service sector, to an unprecedented organizational and process change.

Insight
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September 30, 2020

Saskatchewan, Canada: Court of Appeal Affirms Moral Damages Award Due to Untruthful Employee Termination

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal affirmed an award of moral damages to a former employee upon finding that the employer had breached its duty of good faith and fair dealing when it was untruthful and misleading during the termination process.

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