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Palestine and the right to strike

18 February 2015, via Democracy and Workers’ Rights Centre – Palestine

On the occasion of the global day of action in defense of the right to strike, called for by the… 548 more words

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Procedure governing termination of employment contracts in Turkey

In Turkish Legal System, termination of the employment contracts may terminate in three methods: Termination of the Employment Contract Based on Justifiable Cause (I), Rightful termination of the Employment Contract (II) and termination through mutual rescission agreement (III). 1,174 more words

Employment Law

CASE NOTE ON: NAND KUMAR V. STATE OF BIHAR

CITATION                            :(2014) 5 SCC 300

CASE NO                             : Civil Appeal No.  2835 /2014

CORAM                               : Surinder Singh Nijjar And Pinaki Chandra Ghose, JJ.

DATE                                   : 25th February 2014… 896 more words

February

Historic Ruling on Saskatchewan Labour Case

By Ken Fox

On January 30, the Supreme Court of Canada, by a 5-2 majority, ruled that the right of workers to strike is constitutionally protected, overturning the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal’s… 93 more words

Case Law

Tinjauan Permenaker No. 2 Tahun 2015 tentang Pekerja Rumah Tangga (Kelemahan dan Rekomendasi)

Tinjauan Permenaker No. 2 Tahun 2015 tentang PRT Naskah Permenaker Januari 17, 2015 (Sumber: Jala PRT, via email) Permenaker Lengkap Unduh di sini 1,786 more words
Domestic Workers

Supreme Court of Canada Confirms Constitutional Right to Strike

In the 1987 Labour Trilogy cases (Reference re Public Service Employee Relations Act (Alta.)PSAC v. Canada and RWDSU v. Saskatchewan), the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) ruled that freedom of association protected by Section 2(d) of the… 302 more words

Labour Law

What you should know in 2015

Having hit the ground running in 2015, Ramsay Webber Attorneys would like to stop a minute and take this opportunity to wish you all the best and a happy, healthy and prosperous year ahead! 345 more words

South African Law