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Legal Expert: Lior Samfiru Legal information and call-in show, specifically dealing with employment law issues. Discussing aspects of termination of employment, and what people need to know if they lost their job or on the verge of losing their job. We will also be addressing other topics, anything from overtime and hours of work, to drug testing in the workplace.
 
An Employment Law podcast series for human resource executives and in-house counsel which features conversations with labor and employment lawyers with global expertise on key employment law topics and trends, immigration news and other important HR legal solutions for global and multinational companies.
 
Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equality experts discuss the latest developments. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of something you have read on this website. Gowling WLG professionals will be pl ...
 
Matheson’s primary focus is on serving the Irish legal needs of international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland. Our clients include over half of the Fortune 100 companies, 7 of the world’s 10 largest asset managers, 7 of the top 10 global technology brands and over half of the world’s 50 largest banks. We are headquartered in Dublin and also have offices in Cork, London, New York, Palo Alto and San Francisco. More than 750 people work across our six ...
 
Connecting jobseekers & entreprenuers with career opportunities. Gene Hodge is a futurist, author, motivational speaker, and training consultant; and Founder & President of Hodgepodge Training Inc. (HTI) and Hi-Tech Training Associates (HTA), Gene brings 20 years of experience and innovation from corporate information systems, training, and management dedicated to providing quality training to make people and organizations more productive. Gene has taught computer and job-seeking skills trai ...
 
Work is all around us, it defines us. The future of work impacts nearly every person on our planet. The ILR School at Cornell University is at the center of work, labor and employment – influencing policy and practice on the most pressing issues facing employees and employers. ILR School Dean Alex Colvin is the host of our series, “Work: Exploring the future of work, labor and employment,” featuring discussion with experts on key world of work topics. Web Accessibility
 
The CDERP podcast series is about sharing information, ideas and educating the community about Disability Employment. We cover a wide range of areas from practice, services, policy, participants, family and more. Some podcasts are live and some are recorded and many will have invited co-hosts to share their story. Listen, learn, share and contribute.
 
Welcome to the Blakes Employment & Labour Podcast series, presented by the National Employment & Labour group at Blake, Cassels & Graydon. During each episode, we will be discussing important legal issues that face employers in Canada today. As an employer, if you have any questions, please reach out to any of the Employment & Labour lawyers found on www.blakes.com
 
Innovating Employment is OCWI's new podcast series. Our podcasts feature experts from across the workforce development sector, exploring a broad range of topics and issues impacting the day-to-day work of employment and training professionals across Ontario. We encourage audiences to follow along, as guests share the latest knowledge and innovations on topics such as hiring practices, engaging employers, and the changing nature of work.
 
We are here to help support any officer who has held a commission in the Armed Forces. Most often our starting point is any officer looking to transition from their service life and career into civilian life. For former officers and their spouses or widow/widower, we are able to provide support and advice based on their own individual circumstances to help them continue to live independently and with dignity.
 
Howard Levitt is Canada's best known and most quoted authority on employment law. He is ranked on Martindale the #2 most viewed lawyer out of 16,896 in Toronto and in the top 1% in the world. Howard writes a weekly column in the National Post and is the author of Canada's leading dismissal text book, The Law of Dismissal in Canada three other texts, and Editor-In-Chief of the national law report, The Dismissal and Employment Law Digest, which covers every dismissal and employment law case ac ...
 
Featuring expert employment advice from employers, entrepreneurs, career educators, and young people themselves Road to Employment will help you develop the skills you need to kickstart your career! Or to land a job to pay rent. Your call. Broadcasting from Montreal, QC and Chicago, IL Road to Employment was created for youth by youth and is launching two new podcast series! School to Work Transition, hosted by Lindsay Flood, sheds light on how youth experience their transition out of academ ...
 
If you or someone you know is suffering at work, contact The Law Office of David H. Rosenberg, P.C. Problems at work are no problem for us. Visit www.employeelawny.com for more information The Law Office of David H. Rosenberg P.C. are top New York sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and #metoo lawyers dedicated to providing high quality representation to employees suffering from a hostile work environment. If you or someone you know has been wrongfully terminated, contact The Law ...
 
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From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode, we discuss employment measures provided by the Spanish government to help companies during these challenging times. We also review the temporary layoff procedure in Spain, also referred to as ERTEs. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. S…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn:- · Why City law firm Vardags are on the cusp of having an unlawfully discriminatory dress code · What the law says about dress codes · Five top tips for introducing a dress code CASES AND LINKS REFERRED TO http://www.hrinnercircle.co.uk Smith v Safeway plc [1996] IRLR 456 Department of Work and Pensions v Thompson UKE…
 
Nick looks at two recent cases, dealing with key issues. The first case decides that workers have additional health and safety rights under EU law. The second look at where directors can be sued by their employer, if the director is domiciled outside of England and Wales. To follow Nick on Twitter, please go to Nicholas Robertson@NicholasRober11.…
 
“Philadelphia Inquirer” labor reporter Juliana Feliciano Reyes and ILR Dean Alex Colvin discuss the role that cities like Philadelphia are playing, through initiatives such as the Fair Workweek law, to secure workers’ rights. Fill out this short questionnaire to provide feedback, or to suggest a guest or topic for a future episode. Learn more about…
 
What executive and regulatory actions might the Biden administration take with respect to DACA, travel bans, and H-1B visas? How might the ongoing pandemic affect plans for comprehensive immigration reform? In this podcast, Jorge Lopez, shareholder and chair of Littler’s Global Mobility and Immigration Practice Group, joins practice group members S…
 
The furlough extension scheme guidance was published on the 10th November 2020 and updates followed late on the 13th November 2020. In this episode of the podcast I bring you the key information about the scheme including: Points to note that differ from the previous scheme Changes to the scheme which will come into effect on the 1st December 2020 …
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
Matheson’s Employment Law podcast series in which Bryan Dunne, Head of Employment at Matheson, discusses the latest developments in Irish employment law. The podcasts are a key resource in keeping up to date for HR practitioners, employment lawyers and international employers with employees in Ireland.…
 
We are pleased to share with you the recording of our recent Professional Practices Alliance (PPA) live panel discussion on “We Need to Talk About the Office". The Government’s announcement on 22 September that office workers who can work effectively from home should do so over the winter has resulted in many professional services firms halting the…
 
In this month’s podcast, head of the employment practice and partner Paul Reeves and associate Imogen Heywood will discuss workplace culture and developments since the #metoo movement hit the headlines in Autumn 2017, prompting a renewed and urgent focus on sexual harassment in the workplace.Paul Reeves, employment partner による
 
In this episode, we discuss the new Omnibus Law in Indonesia. The intention behind the law was to make it easier to do business in Indonesia, bolster investment in the country and in turn create jobs. However, there has been much controversy, as many groups have expressed concerns about the law's effect on the environment, human rights, and media f…
 
Anna Park, an attorney in Littler’s Los Angeles office, and Julie Stockton, an attorney in Littler’s San Francisco office, discuss the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which remains in effect despite the recent passage of Proposition 24 in California. Anna and Julie also explore the details of Prop 24, otherwise known as the California Priva…
 
Are employees always entitled to the four week trial period in redundancy alternative work situations? The four-week trial period that operates when an employee is offered alternative work in a redundancy exercise is well-known. But it is also widely misunderstood. The reality is that in most cases where an employee at risk of redundancy is offered…
 
In this episode, two of our legal experts share their observations with regard to mandatory vaccinations (not specific to flu, but generally) in the employment context, and related issues, like accommodations for disabilities and religious beliefs. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Sp…
 
A hazardous condition at a multiemployer worksite causes potential liability to each and every employer there, regardless of which employer caused the hazard or exposed its employees to that hazard. While OSHA’s multiemployer worksite doctrine is most commonly associated with the construction industry, employers in every industry sector need to und…
 
The new Supreme Court ruling prohibits employers from discriminating against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. In this webinar to podcast, legal experts discuss how this landmark decision impacts the employment landscape and what it means for employers. Subscribe to our podcast to…
 
In episode 72 of Employment Law Matters, you’ll learn about the differences between a wrongful dismissal and an unfair dismissal claim. It is a quirk of UK employment law that there are two separate and distinct claims that can be brought (leaving aside any issue of discrimination) in challenging a dismissal. Unfair dismissal is a claim created by …
 
Nick takes a look at two employment tribunal cases which consider whether particular philosophical beliefs were worthy of protection under the Equality Act 2010. He then considers a case where the employer was relying on Whatsapp messages for disciplinary purposes. To follow Nick on Twitter, please go to Nicholas Robertson@NicholasRober11.…
 
In this webinar to podcast, we discuss the natural tensions between expression and speech on campus and address issues frequently arising in the current social and political climate. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Peter Walts (Employment Law Alliance / Global), Michael Po…
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode, we discuss the current economic crisis and its effect on unemployment, support for employees/employers when faced with reduced work and macro-economic relaunch plans for the future. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Michaela…
 
In this episode, I discuss monitoring employees' activities. It's an extract from this month's audio seminar for members of the HR Inner Circle (www.hrinnercircle.co.uk), the UK's leading membership club for smart, ambitious HR Professionals. Subscribe to Daniel Barnett's new YouTube channel. Listen to Daniel Barnett on LBC, the UK’s largest commer…
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode of Employment Matters - Europe, we discuss legal bases for vacation entitlements of employees in Germany. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Philippe Durand (August Debouzy Avocats / France) & Stefan Lochner (Beiten Burkhardt …
 
Despite remaining resolute that the coronavirus job support scheme, commonly known as the furlough scheme, would end on the 31st October 2020, it was announced that, along with a second lockdown the scheme would continue. This means that the level of support employers have received previously and during the first lockdown will continue, with employ…
 
In episode 70 of Employment Law Matters, you’ll learn what the new Information Commissioner’s Office Guidance says about:- 1) What amounts to a ‘manifestly excessive’ SAR? 2) What is a ‘reasonable fee’ for complying with a manifestly excessive or unfounded SAR? 3) Stopping the clock when clarification of the SAR is required. Find the Guidance at ht…
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode of Employment Matters - Europe, we discuss Bulgarian legislation regarding terminating and hiring employees remotely. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Michaela Felisiak (Beiten Burkhardt / Germany) & Maya Todorova (Dinova Ru…
 
Getting to grips with the changes that have been brought in as a result of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) for all FCA regulated businesses is not easy. In a series of six podcasts, we've brought together our employment and financial regulation experts to simplify this area and explain clearly what those working within legal, ri…
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In the very first episode of our Employment Matters - Europe channel, we discuss the status of the pandemic in France, furloughs, redundancies and employment terminations. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Michaela Felisiak (Beiten Burkhardt…
 
Academy Award-winning American documentary filmmaker Julia Reichert and ILR Dean Alex Colvin discuss Reichert’s Oscar-winning film, “American Factory,” as well as the recent upturn in union activism, the rise of B Corps and the future of work. To learn about Reichert’s connection to the ILR School, read: ILR Expertise Utilized by Academy Award Winn…
 
In Episode 14 of our Employment Law for the Time Poor podcast, Professor Andrew Stewart and Emily Haar build on their last discussion about what it means to be an employee by considering the so-called “gig economy”, or the use of digital platforms to find and perform work. This is a growing area, which does not just include ride share and food deli…
 
The Restriction of Public Sector Exit Payment Regulations 2020 aim to prevent public bodies from making excessive payouts to departing employees. They cap the amount of an exit payment at £95,000. That sounds like a generous enough redundancy package, but things are as ever a little more complicated than that. To discuss the detail I’m joined by em…
 
Asuntos Laborales website: https://asuntos_laborales.buzzsprout.com/ Employment Matters - Europe website: https://employment_matters_europe.buzzsprout.com/ Subscribe to all our podcast channels to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide.Employment Law Alliance による
 
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