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March 13, 2024

Probing in Procurement – Recent Decisions May Prompt Review of Supplier Diversity Programs

A Texas federal district court judge has decided that the Minority Business Development Agency’s policies that provide financial assistance to minority-owned businesses are unconstitutional.

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March 13, 2024

Canada Launches Employment Equity Data Visualization Tool on Representation Rates and Pay Gaps

Last month Canada’s federal government announced the launch of a new employment equity data visualization tool called Equi’Vision.

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March 12, 2024

Strike Two… Eleventh Circuit Upholds Injunction Against Florida “Stop-WOKE” Law; Confirms the Law Violates First Amendment

On March 4, 2024, a unanimous three-judge panel not only upheld and continued the preliminary injunction against Florida’s “Stop WOKE” law, but also went further, determining it is unconstitutional.

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March 11, 2024

Ontario, Canada Court Finds Termination Clauses in Fixed-Term Employment Agreement Unenforceable

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that the termination provisions of a fixed-term employment contract were illegal and unenforceable because they did not comply with the Employment Standards Act, 2000.

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March 8, 2024

New Jersey Enacts “Bill of Rights” for Domestic Workers

The NJ Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights, one of three laws signed in early January relating to protecting immigrants and part of the Murphy administration’s larger effort to build a more inclusive state for all citizens, will take effect in July 2024.

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March 6, 2024

How Artificial Intelligence Tools Can Increase Diversity

The use of AI in the workplace is rapidly expanding in a wide variety of ways throughout the hiring process, including scanning and filtering resumes and AI-driven video interviews to assess candidates.

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March 6, 2024

Overview of the New Proposed Rules on Non-Compete Clauses in the Netherlands

For years there has been much discussion in the Netherlands about the non-compete clause, which also includes the non-solicitation clause. After a similar proposal was shelved a few years ago, a new proposal is now open for online consultation.

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March 5, 2024

New York District Court Enjoins Enforcement of Law Limiting Employer Speech During Organizing Campaigns

A federal judge in New York recently cast doubt on the validity of state laws that seek to restrict employer speech in connection with union organizing.

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March 5, 2024

Ontario, Canada Court Decides Wrongfully Dismissed Employee’s Rejection of Offer of Comparable Employment Amounts to Failure to Mitigate

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice denied common law reasonable notice to an employee who was wrongfully dismissed from her employment on the basis that she failed to mitigate her damages when she rejected an offer of comparable employment.

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March 4, 2024

Arbitrator Considers Interaction Between Canada Labour Code Paid Medical Leave Days and Other Employer-Paid Benefits

An arbitrator dismissed a union’s policy grievance on the grounds that the employer could count approved sick days paid at 100% of weekly earnings under its short-term disability benefits plan as paid medical leave days under the CLC.

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