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November 9, 2022

BC Court: Employee May Be Placed on Unpaid Leave for Violating COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

Rhonda B. Levy and Barry Kuretzky examine a case in which the British Columbia Supreme Court considered whether an employer can place an employee on unpaid leave for not complying with its mandatory vaccination policy in a non-unionized workplace. (Subsc

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November 8, 2022

They see low impact on poverty with wage increases

Jorge Sales Boyoli explains that while the minimum wage in Mexico has increased twice in the past seven or eight years, the working poor have not decreased as much.

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November 4, 2022

Wage increases have not paid to fight poverty in the country

Jorge Sales Boyoli says that wage increases must be accompanied by public policies that improve the quality of life of workers.

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November 3, 2022

They launch striking proposal for employees to earn at least 10 thousand pesos per month

Jorge Sales Boyoli discusses a proposal to increase the minimum wage floor in Mexico. (Subscription required.)

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October 26, 2022

AI use in recruitment is growing – but users are ignoring big risks

Laura Jousselin discusses the findings of Littler’s 2022 European Employment Survey Report related to employers using AI in recruitment and HR.

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