The Mexican Senate recently voted to approve an amendment to the Federal Labor Law that reforms its provisions on teleworking, which will require employers to enter into written contracts with each remote worker, among other things. Although Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has the power to return the bill to Congress with suggested changes, he is expected to sign it and send it to be published in the Official Gazette of the Federation. What do Mexican employers need to know about this development?
The Danish Government has called for its political parties to negotiate and enact laws to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace as it seeks to comply with the EU Whistleblower Directive that took effect on December 16, 2019. While the EU Directive requires Member States to enact national whistleblower protection laws by December 17, 2021, the government’s new initiatives include expanding the implementation of the EU Directive to include reports of sexual harassment in the workplace.
The Supreme Court of Canada recently awarded damages to a senior level executive in an amount equal to the bonus he would have earned had he continued working through to the end of his common law reasonable notice period.