Arbeitsrecht. Weltweit.
09.06.2017
Freitag
Ius Laboris Brazil - Veirano Advogados

Brazil: Changes to outsourcing rules

Brazil
Up until now, the courts have interpreted the law as meaning that it is illegal for a business to outsource its core business. Businesses could only lawfully outsource ancilliary activities. And yet, certain sectors, such as construction, clothing and the automotive industries have been consistently allowed to subcontract specialised services or parts of their processes. The new Law turns this on its head by providing that the contracting business must specialise in the type of activity it wants to outsource.

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03.02.2017
Freitag

Sexual harassment at work: Global concern with local solutions

Sexual harassment
A recent headline could put fear in the hearts of general counsel and HR professionals alike. A restaurant franchisee in Ohio shells out $ 1.4 million to settle a sexual harassment case brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of multiple women. In that case, EEOC v. E. Columbus Host, LLC, the EEOC claimed a restaurant manager engaged in egregious sexual harassment of 12 female employees. His behavior was said to include pressuring workers as young as 17 for sexual favors, unwelcome touching of female workers, making humiliating remarks about women, and retaliating against female employees who complained. Ganzen Artikel lesen

22.07.2016
Freitag

The hidden dangers of “Uberizing” a workforce

Uber
Technology is changing how, when and where we work. With these changes come shifting attitudes in how workers view their relationship with employers. The “on-demand” economy purports to bridge this gap, giving workers flexibility to choose when to work and connecting employers with available skilled labor when they need it most. The on-demand model would appear to provide both workers and employers what they want. But what hidden dangers lie in “Uberizing” your workforce? Ganzen Artikel lesen