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Working time

Working time issues are often complex and continue to evolve rapidly. Latest developments impact on matters such as annual leave and other time off work; working hours; disconnection from work; and employer recording obligations. This trend looks set to continue gaining momentum as both legislators and the courts continue to strengthen employee protection in this area.

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Amendment to the Act on Assistance for Ukrainian Citizens

Amendment to the Act on Assistance for Ukrainian Citizens

Another amendment to the Special Act on Assistance for Ukrainian Citizens is in the legislative process.

New bill implementing whistleblowing directive (update)

New bill implementing whistleblowing directive (update)

A new bill implementing the EU Whistleblower Directive into Polish law was published in January 2024. It is expected that it will be issued in the first quarter of 2024.

Court of Appeal ruling regarding employees’ rights to holiday and holiday allowance following reclassification of employee status

Court of Appeal ruling regarding employees’ rights to holiday and holiday allowance following reclassification of employee status

The Court of Appeal found that holiday allowance of employees being reclassified from independent contractors to employees were nottime-barred. 

Ontario introduces Working for Worker’s Five Act

Ontario introduces Working for Worker’s Five Act

Ontario’s Working for Workers Five Act creates new requirements for public job postings, restricts ‎the ability of employers to ask for doctor’s notes and updates OSHA.

Naranjo v Spectrum Security Services, Inc, part two: Key points for employers

Naranjo v Spectrum Security Services, Inc, part two: Key points for employers

California Supreme Court rules in Naranjo II that employers may avoid wage statement penalties with good faith belief of compliance with Labor Code 226.

Unpacking proposed changes to Canada’s federal employment, labour, and human rights laws

Unpacking proposed changes to Canada’s federal employment, labour, and human rights laws

The 2024 Federal Budget proposes several changes to federal employment laws.

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