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Global In-House Centers in India, v2.0

GICs in India are evolving from cost-saving platforms into Innovation Centers for emerging digital technologies that can provide a competitive advantage. Recent years have seen a resurgence of interest in GICs in India...more

US Department of State Releases November 2017 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

EB-1 remains current, minimal advancement in other categories. The US Department of State has released its November 2017 Visa Bulletin, setting out per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate immigrant visa...more

Caution with the Models of the “Commission de Bons Offices” when Employing Local Staff in Belgium as a Diplomatic Mission

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

The Good Offices Commission, better known under its French name “Commission de Bons Offices”, has developed model work rules and a model employment agreement for local staff of diplomatic missions. Although both the...more

Modern Slavery Guidance Updated by UK’s Home Office

Updated Home Office guidance provides more detail of expected best practices and encourages smaller businesses to make a slavery and human trafficking statement even if not legally required. • Larger businesses must...more

UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting: The Story So Far

by Morgan Lewis on

In the United Kingdom, gender diversity and equal pay have been hitting the headlines. Halfway through the UK's first gender pay reporting year and with less than six months to go until the deadline for publication of...more

Window on Washington - This Week in the Nation's Capital - Vol. 1, Issue 30

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House Passes Bill on Disaster Funding: House Republicans easily passed a supplemental spending bill that included $36.5 billion of disaster aid with a vote of 353-69 after some initial worries on Thursday afternoon that it...more

How to Structure Global Mobility Assignments, Expatriate Postings and Cross-Border Secondments

by Littler on

Because multinationals by definition operate internationally, they often post staff overseas. In structuring overseas postings, multinationals inevitably struggle with the interplay between expatriate assignment strategy and...more

The Macron Ordinances - Topic 1: New Rules on Dismissals

by White & Case LLP on

New rules to reform French employment law, as announced in our previous client alert of September 19th, 2017, have been published in the French official journal on September 23rd, 2017. Some measures are immediately...more

Gig Economy Ripples From Across The Pond: An App For Healthcare Workers On Demand?

by Fisher Phillips on

Roughly 3,500 miles on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, the British government is contemplating an idea which will marry the national healthcare industry with the gig economy. Such an idea could send a ripple toward the...more

The measures of the Macron orders have been published in the Journal Officiel

by Hogan Lovells on

Five ministerial orders were adopted, following consultation with the Conseil d’Etat, by the Conseil des Ministres on 22 September 2017. They were published in the Journal Officiel on 23 September 2017 and for now have...more

Employment Law Commentary, September 2017 - Volume 29, Issue 9: Workplace Bias And Gender Pay Equity In Silicon Valley 2017

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

It was only a couple of years ago, on March 27, 2015, that a jury rejected Ellen Pao’s gender discrimination claims and rendered a defense verdict in favor of her former employer, a prominent Silicon Valley venture capital...more

Employment Law Alert October 2017: International Trade Regulations (Dutch)

by Dentons on

The International Trade Regulations (the “Regulations”) entered into force on 1 July 2017. The Regulations are a continuation of the Knowledge Industry pilot and make it possible to temporarily bring foreign workers to the...more

Employment Law Alert October 2017: International Trade Regulations

by Dentons on

International Trade Regulations - The International Trade Regulations (the “Regulations”) entered into force on 1 July 2017. The Regulations are a continuation of the Knowledge Industry pilot and make it possible to...more

Strangers in a strange land

by DLA Piper on

When an overseas employer has its staff working in New Zealand under their overseas employment contracts, does New Zealand employment law cover them? This question was partially answered in the recent Supreme Court...more

Employee monitoring – avoiding pitfalls in a changing landscape

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Recent developments in case law and regulatory guidance have emphasised the need for employers to be cautious when implementing systems to monitor employees....more

Timing is Everything

In immigration news, the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 that it has resumed its premium processing program for all H-1B visa petitions. USCIS had previously suspended...more

Changes in the protection of employment related personal data

by Dentons on

On 14 September 2017, long-awaited drafts of new laws adjusting the provisions of Polish law to the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 – General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which will take effect on 25 May 2018....more

Corporate social responsibility and diversity policies: comply or explain

by White & Case LLP on

On 11 September 2017, Belgium published a new bill requiring certain large companies to disclose "non-financial" (relating to social, environmental and employee matters, protection for human rights, anti-corruption and...more

October 2017 UK Immigration Update

by Morgan Lewis on

The UK government has set out a plan for transitioning EU nationals in the UK post-withdrawal, and released updated guidance on Employers’ Right to Work Checks....more

Employment News - October 2017

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Border crossing – wide approach to reinstatement - In Dafiaghor-Olomu v Community Integrated Care the EAT found that re-employment might be practicable even though an employer no longer had a place of business in Scotland....more

Mexico City: Lessons learned – and action taken – helps the world’s largest city get back to business after earthquakes

by Hogan Lovells on

In this hoganlovells.com interview, Mexico City Managing Partner Juan Francisco Torres-Landa – “Paco” to everyone – talks about how his city is recovering from the earthquakes earlier this month, and how it was spared the...more

European Court Limits Workplace Email Monitoring

by Littler on

In its recent Grand Chamber judgment, the European Court of Human Rights held that employers can monitor an employee's email only if they provide advance notice. By a vote of 11-6, the Court found that failure to provide such...more

After the German Election: What’s on the Horizon for Employers under “Jamaica”?

After Germany’s general election, a “Jamaica” alliance could soon rule Germany, being mathematically possible and, after the Social democrats SPD announced their return to opposition, only viable option not involving the...more

Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - September 2017

In this month's edition of our Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, we take a look at the first annual review of the Privacy Shield by U.S. and EU officials, and the Federal Trade Commission's first actions alleging Privacy Shield...more

Mexico: STPS Expands Period Of Non-Working Days Due To Earthquake

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On September 26, 2017, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (“Secretaria del Trabajo y Previsión Social” or “STPS”) expanded the block of days that are deemed as nonworking days, to allow authorities to inspect the damage...more

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