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May 20, 2022

Court upholds determination that three taxi drivers are employees

Rhonda Levy and George Vassos examine a British Columbia case that considered what differentiates an employee from an independent contractor under the province’s Employment Standards Act (ESA). (Subscription required.)

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May 18, 2022

Lights Out: Is there a way back for international law firms in Russia?

As some companies are exiting Russia over the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Uliana Kozeychuk explains why exiting can be tricky from an employment law standpoint.

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May 16, 2022

Planned redundancies up 60 per cent as firms feel pressure of interest rate rise and borrowing costs

Raoul Parekh talks about an increase in planned redundancies in the UK, due to higher interest rates and borrowing costs, as well as hangover effects of the pandemic.

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May 13, 2022

Employment tribunal: use of word ‘bald’ can amount to sex-based harassment

Philip Cameron discusses a West Yorkshire employment tribunal case in which a man was dismissed from his job after a profanity-laced exchange led to an employment tribunal ruling that being called ‘bald’ at work is harassment related to sex.

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May 12, 2022

The prevention managers of the company can visit the teleworker

Employers in Spain are required by law to assess the health and safety of their employees, but as Javier Molina discusses, that’s challenging when employees are working remotely.

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