In a work session held on April 3, 2019, the Labor & Social Welfare Commission of Mexico’s House of Representatives issued the last draft of the decree to reform the Federal Labor Law. This article summarizes key provisions of the proposed reform.
En sesión sostenida el 3 de abril del presente año, la Comisión de Trabajo y Previsión Social de la Cámara de Diputados emitió la última versión del proyecto de decreto que reforma la Ley Federal del Trabajo.
A Canadian court recently issued a welcome decision for employers struggling to balance their obligations under occupational health and safety and human rights legislation regarding medical cannabis use and work in safety-sensitive positions.
A leading UK advisory body (Acas) recently published new guidance on age discrimination. This update is timely in light of an age discrimination claim brought by a National Health Service employee that caught the public’s attention.
While "ghosting" might be new(ish) in the dating world, the “ghosting employee” is very much an age-old problem for employers across the globe. How should employers respond when employees vanish into thin air?
New York’s vast home care industry and those who rely on their services breathed a sigh of relief on March 26, 2019, when the New York Court of Appeals gave providers the green light to continue to pay home care aides for 13 hours of a 24-hour shift.