The intersection of labor and economic crimes in Chile has gained significant attention by introducing the new Economic Crimes Law. The country’s Department of Labor is actively emphasizing the implications of this law on labor-related matters, ensuring that workers’ rights and protections are maintained in this evolving legal landscape.
New Zealand is a country with an exemplary government and legislative structure. While the country remains the top choice for many immigrants, recent challenges have led locals and immigrants to revisit their ideas. Logistics is one of the core industries contributing to the economy of New Zealand. Dealing with the post-COVID effects, the country is severely struggling to keep up with labor demands in the logistics sector. The current labor shortage of 4,700 is expected to reach 17,900 by 2028. Based on these factors, we will discuss the impacts of worker shortage in New Zealand.
In recent years, the issue of gender pay inequality has gained significant attention across the globe. The European Union (EU) has been at the forefront of efforts to bridge the gender pay gap. The proposed Directive on Gender Pay Transparency is the latest step.
The Directive aims to provide a legal framework that ensures transparency and equal pay for equal work. In this blog post, we will delve into the critical aspects of this proposed legislation and weigh its pros and cons.
As the world navigates what the new every day looks like, everyone seeks ways to create a more equitable and inclusive society. South Africa has taken some inspiring steps in their legislation to prioritize diversity and inclusion now and in the future.
The digital revolution has unlocked endless possibilities for business, communication, and access to knowledge. Data is now a valuable resource allowing companies unprecedented productivity while providing users with innovative services.
Are your employees planning to travel to Europe on business? Depending on the country and the length of an employee’s stay, they may owe social security contributions to the country in which they are working.
The world of work is constantly evolving, and with that evolution comes a need for new laws and amendments to old ones. Old labor laws cannot always keep up with the ever-changing landscape of the workforce. That’s why, every year, the European Union updates its labor laws.
In today’s world, prioritizing mental health and well-being in the workplace is more important than ever. And fortunately, there are laws in place that help protect employees’ mental health and ensure they can take the time they need to recover from a mental health issue.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to many changes in the corporate sector worldwide, and the UK is no different. As the global health crisis seems to be under control, the State has begun implementing several employment law amendments. Some of these changes in labor policy have already been enforced, while others will be in the near future.