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If your organisation has 100 or more employees, unless it is a public sector employer, it will have annual gender reporting obligations to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
Ute Krudewagen presents 10 important pitfalls to be aware of as you develop your global employment documentation.
Three key cases in one day address the future contours of arbitration clauses in California: action steps for employers
The California Supreme Court has clarified the permissible scope of class action waivers in arbitration clauses in California.
The annual summer time working hours restrictions will soon be implemented in the UAE, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
The purpose of this start-up pack is to provide assistance and support to early stage start-ups who are looking to establish their business on a more formal basis.
What is a high water mark of sports events for fans can be the source of many headaches for employers, who need to be careful not to underestimate the impact of the World Cup.
You need to prove your case: California Supreme Court confirms wage-and-hour defendants have right to argue individualised defence in class action trials
Duran v US Bank National Association has far-reaching ramifications and the potential to dramatically shape the way employment class actions proceed in California.
NLRB will focus on injunctions in successor cases: for potential buyers, six questions about their labour obligations
The National Labor Relations Board has indicated that it intends to focus on seeking injunctions in successor cases.
This article summarises a number of recent cases and developments employers should be aware of regarding the Fair Work Commission’s new bullying jurisdiction.
Multinationals with operations in India should take note of the Delhi High Court’s recently decision in Centrica India Offshore Pvt.
Be Global is DLA Piper’s snapshot of key global employment law developments designed to help you identify legal hotspots across your global operations.
The ECJ has handed down judgment in a case that could mean that employers face huge liabilities for claims for holiday pay.
Employment update: paid parental leave — government confirms commitment to PPL changes from 1 July 2015
On 13 May 2014 the federal government confirmed its election promise made in May 2013 to introduce a new paid parental leave (PPL) scheme from 1 July 2015.
It has never been more important for employers to ensure that frontline managers are adequately trained to respond appropriately to workplace bullying complaints.
Several legal measures have recently entered into force, or will do so in the following few weeks.
Early conciliation has been available to claimants since 6 April 2014 but will be mandatory in respect of claims presented on or after 6 May 2014.
The amendment has not yet been extended by ministerial decree to all companies falling within the scope of the Syntec agreement.
Law à la Mode — April 2014: fashion flair transforms wearable technologies; delivering IT services in the retail sector; and more
DLA Piper has released the April 2014 issue of its Law à la Mode publication.
For employers wondering whether their policies are in compliance, we have prepared this brief outline of the law’s key requirements.
From next year, you could face tax penalties under the rules of the ACA if you fail to offer healthcare coverage to your full-time employees and their dependents.