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Colin Biggers & Paisley
An overview of recent guidance for businesses considering whether to make the coronavirus vaccination mandatory.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Employers continue to have a duty of care to their employees and others to ensure health and safety in the workplace.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
In this case, the Commissioner found that the investigation report was hearsay, and less weight than direct testimony.
Holding Redlich
Employers are grappling with the question of whether they can implement mandatory vaccination policies in the workplace.
This employment lawyer discusses whether the government may make the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory in the workplace.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Recent case determined whether dismissing a visa holding employee who was on parental leave was a genuine redundancy.
Explanation of when the FWA will cover an overseas worker & how to comply. Also considers local industrial law which may apply.
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers
This case may set an important precedent for employers considering a compulsory coronavirus vaccine in the workplace.
The issue of sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement in mainland China has burst into the spotlight again recently. Demonstrators defied restrictions on public protests and mass gatherings...
AnJie Law Firm
Problems could be avoided if all employment contracts were structured correctly, in compliance with the PRC labour laws.
Chinese labour laws highly protect employees, so the wrong approach by HR managers could lead to costly problems.
AnJie Law Firm
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
We set out here what we know about Hong Kong's COVID-19 vaccination programme. This will evolve as more information is made available, so we will update the note regularly.
Mayer Brown
Asia's legal and human resources advisors are often required to function across multiple jurisdictions.
Mayer Brown
The primary piece of legislation, the Employment Ordinance (the "EO"), prescribes certain basic rights and protection for most employees.
Mayer Brown
On 2 February 2021, the Hong Kong government announced that the statutory minimum wage (SMW) rate will remain at HK$37.50 per hour following a review by the Minimum Wage Commission
Mayer Brown
He joined the employer, a business jet management company, in July 2015 and was subsequently promoted to the position of Lead Captain.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up many challenges for businesses. Severe and sustained travel restrictions, as well as other uncertainties, have resulted in many employees not taking time off and thus having significant accrued ...
The Sovereign Group
2020 will take its place in history as a year like no other.
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