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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 17, 2022

New Fla. Law Threatens To Upend Workplace Diversity Training

Cindy-Ann Thomas says employers should start preparing for the Stop Woke law, a controversial Florida law, set to take effect July 1, that experts say will restrict their ability to discuss race and gender in workplace training seminars.

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May 17, 2022

The Stop WOKE Act may put a ‘strategic pause’ on DEI efforts

Diane P. Perez says Florida’s controversial Stop WOKE Act will make diversity, equity and inclusion workplace training harder, and that may open employers up to more liability.

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May 17, 2022

The Stop WOKE Act may put a ‘strategic pause’ on DEI efforts

Cindy-Ann L. Thomas discusses Florida’s controversial Stop WOKE Act that restricts diversity, equity and inclusion trainings in the workplace and how it will affect employers with people or operations in Florida.

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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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