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No UK Employment Rights for Internationally Mobile Employee

In Olsen v Gearbulk Services Ltd UKEAT/0345/14/RN, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether an internationally mobile employee could bring a claim for unfair dismissal under UK law on the basis that he spent...more

TUPE: Service Provision Change

In Jakowlew v Nestor Primecare Services Ltd t/a Saga Care UKEAT/0431/14/BA, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether an employee’s employment had transferred by reason of a service provision change under TUPE,...more

Anti Bribery Compliance Tactics Learned Behind Bars | 6 Ways to Protect Your Front-Line Employees from Temptation (Part 1)

If you encountered Richard Bistrong at a cocktail party, your first instinct would likely be to comment on his fashionable glasses or his experience running marathons, rather than to ask about his time in prison. As Richard...more

Saudi Arabia Update June 2015

Legal developments - 6,000 Ministry of Justice employees receive training - In a drive to train 6,000 Ministry of Justice (MoJ) employees, which began at the start of 2015, the MoJ announced that 175 employees...more

Australian Employee Share Schemes - More options to share...

From tomorrow, the way in which new employee share scheme awards will be taxed in Australia has changed and for the better. Following on from recent changes to assist companies to meet their corporate compliance obligations,...more

Another Great Bassist Gone and Tone at the Bottom

As most rock aficionados know, rock music is basically a dialogue between the bass guitar and the drums. With this base line set, the lead guitars and keyboards can go soaring off. That was certainly the formula for Yes. But...more

EMIR Pensions Exemption

EMIR: Pension funds have been granted a further two-year exemption from central clearing requirements, but what difference does it make in practice? - The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) came into...more

Whistleblowing: An Employer’s Guide To Global Compliance

In This Issue: - Foreword - A Summary Across Five Continents - Law and Sanctions - The Legislative Framework: Whistleblower Protections Across the Globe - Global Differences: The Cultural...more

Some U.S. Embassies and Consulates Continue to Be Unable to Issue Passports and Visas

The Bureau of Consular Affairs of the U.S. Department of State began experiencing technical outages that prevent the issuance of passports and visas at every consulate and embassy around the world on June 15, 2015 — one-third...more

Ruling of First Impression: Employees Working Abroad Do Matter for Thresholds of Corporate Co-determination in Germany

In a February 16, 2015, decision from the Regional Court of Frankfurt a. M. (ref.: 3-16 O 1/14), the court determined that employees working outside of Germany have to be taken into account when determining whether or not the...more

Infographic: Whistleblowing Laws - A snapshot of whistleblowing laws around the world

For every business there is a risk that corruption or inadequate systems will lead to dangerous or criminal behavior. Often employees are the first to suspect something is wrong, and employers need to manage the potential for...more

Fixed term contracts in Poland—material changes in law coming soon

A major change in Polish labor law is imminent. In essence, Parliament is seeking to eliminate some differences in protection enjoyed by employees on indefinite term contracts and those working on fixed term contracts....more

Employing foreign workers in Israel

Immigration for non-citizens into Israel is governed by the Entry into Israel Law (1952). Since the 1990’s, hundreds of thousands of immigrant workers have come to Israel to be employed in various capacities as temporary...more

Employment Law in Nigeria: Part I

Nigeria is a federal constitutional republic located on the west coast of Africa. Modern Nigeria has its origins as a British colony through the 19th and 20th century until it achieved independence in 1960. Comprising 36...more

The recruitment of non-resident foreign workers in Angola

The Angolan legal system allows any foreign citizen to perform a professional activity in Angola, without prejudice of international law. However, as we will explain below, the foreign employment legislation is subject...more

México: Reforma a la Ley del INFONAVIT Establece Nuevas Obligaciones en la Subcontratación

El pasado 04 de junio de 2015, se reformó la Ley del Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para los Trabajadores (“Ley del INFONAVIT”) para adicionar el artículo 29 Bis como un requisito adicional en la práctica de...more

Mexico: New Outsourcing-Related Obligations in Amendment to INFONAVIT Law

On June 4, 2015, the National Workers Housing Fund Institute Law (the “INFONAVIT” law) was amended, to incorporate Article 29 bis as an additional layer of regulations over the practice of outsourcing. Generally, INFONAVIT...more

Technical Issues Delay Visa Application Processing

On June 15, 2015, the Department of State (DOS) announced that the Bureau of Consular Affairs is currently experiencing technical problems with its visa systems, which have resulted in delays in printing visas and the...more

Department of State Visa Issuance Problems Resolved in 22 Posts but Delays Continue

The U.S. Department of State (DOS) continues to experience worldwide technical problems with issuing visas, the result of an apparent hardware failure. On June 22, 2015, the DOS announced that the visa issuance problems have...more

Visa Services Interruption

The Department of State’s (DOS) Bureau of Consular Affairs has advised that it continues to experience technical problems with its visa systems. This issue is not specific to any particular country or visa category. The DOS...more

24 Months Through the Crystal Ball: Emerging Trends in State and Local Taxation (Part II)

This is the second of two articles guiding taxpayers through the next 24 months of state taxation’s turbulent waters. In this article, we address three additional significant trends. Corporate Income Taxation: Heat and...more

Update on Department of State Visa Systems Issues

On June 15, 2015, the Department of State (DOS) announced that the Bureau of Consular Affairs was experiencing technical problems with its visa systems, which resulted in delays in printing visas and the possible rescheduling...more

Visa Delays Plague U.S. Consulates and Embassies Due to Technical Issues

The U.S. Department of State (DOS) has reported that it is experiencing technical problems with its visa systems, preventing it from issuing visa stamps to foreign nationals. The problem also affects the ability to schedule...more

Immigration Update: Technical Issues Continue to Impact U.S. Visa Processing Worldwide

U.S. Department of State (DOS) continues to address the technical problems with their visa systems. As announced on June 12, 2015, the issue impacts U.S. Consulates worldwide and is not specific to any particular country or...more

Update on Certificates of Sponsorship

UK reaches cap for restricted certificates for the first time. For the first time since its introduction in 2011, the monthly quota of Tier 2 (General) restricted certificates of sponsorship (RCOS) has been exceeded....more

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