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Global Guide Quarterly
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April 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Portugal - Q1 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Portugal

Global Guide Quarterly
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April 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Puerto Rico - Q1 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Puerto Rico

Global Guide Quarterly
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April 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - Sweden - Q1 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from Sweden

Global Guide Quarterly
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April 18, 2022

Littler Global Guide - United Kingdom - Q1 2022

Quarterly employment law updates from the United Kingdom

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.

ASAP
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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.

Insight
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April 7, 2022

Cal/OSHA Publishes a Draft Readoption ETS that Eliminates Vaccination Status Distinctions and Relaxes Testing Methods, Yet Muddies Quarantine Standards

On April 6, 2022, Cal/OSHA issued a draft COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for readoption to replace the current version, which expires on May 5, 2022.

Insight
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April 1, 2022

COVID-19 Labor & Employment Litigation Tracker: March 2020 – March 2022

Since March 12, 2020, there have been 5,659 lawsuits (including 646 class actions) filed against employers due to alleged labor and employment violations related to the coronavirus.

Insight
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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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