Amendments to Sweden’s Employment Protection Act will extend an employee’s protection from termination without just cause from the age of 67 to 69.
The governor of California has approved a bill to extend the maximum duration of paid family leave benefits from six to eight weeks.
The Dubai International Financial Center has introduced a new employment law that makes extensive changes to employee rights and employer responsibilities.
Austria has made two significant changes with regards to parental leave.
Quebec’s government has announced plans to gradually raise the minimum wage until it reaches $15 per hour.
The Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) has extended the deadline for private plan exemptions.
Belgium has introduced a new law that provides employees with greater flexibility for parental and thematic leave.
Japan proposes significant changes to the national health insurance program.
The Netherlands senate adopted the Act on the Introduction of Extra Birth Leave (WIEG), which extends the country's paid paternity/partner leave entitlement.
Qualifying employees in the state of New York are now eligible for up to 10 weeks of paid family leave, an increase of two weeks.
California has made changes to its pay equity law to clarify proper interview questions, the disclosure of pay scales and the application of the law to existing employees.
HM Revenue and Customs has changed rules related to transferring employees from one employer to another under the Transfer of Undertakings Regulations (TUPE).