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SULE V. NIGERIAN COTTON BOARD (1985) ALL N.L.R. 291

PRINCIPLE: CASE LAW OR JUDICIAL PRECEDENCE IN LABOUR LAW

SULE V. NIGERIAN COTTON BOARD (1985) ALL N.L.R. 291
(LABOUR LAW)

The appellant, an employee of the Nigerian Cotton Board claimed against the respondent (The Nigerian Cotton Board) 108,781 pounds damages for unlawful and wrongful retirement while the respondent counter – claimed for 5,308,00 pounds being balance of car loan granted to the appellant and… 258 more words

Ontario's new labour law brings many changes, including $15 minimum wage

Ontario’s sweeping new labour law provides a host of new rules, including a $15 minimum wage by 2019, that supporters say will lift people out of poverty but that opponents fear will kill jobs. 821 more words

Local News

Lose the Battle, Win the War

I have commenced what is deemed my mental health holiday.  Unfortunately, it’s much less festive than it sounds as I continue to slowly sink deeper and deeper into a depressive episode.  682 more words

Bipolar

The UK Employment Appellate Tribunal Rules on the Employment Status of Uber Drivers

In October last year, the UK Employment Tribunal decided an important case concerning the employment status of Uber drivers in the City of London. It held that Uber drivers were “workers” within the meaning of… 2,499 more words

Employer/employee Relationship

Wage Code Bill in Lok Sabha

The Government, in the view of labour law reforms, had rationalized 38 Labour Acts into 4 labour codes i.e. Code on Wages, Code on occupational safety, health and working conditions, Code on Industrial Relations, and Code on Social Security. 634 more words

Indian Law

Time to Rejig Labour Laws

Our employment market is preferred by overseas employers and customers because Indian Labour Laws do not protect the employees at the same levels as in the US or the UK.  224 more words

Employment Law

Labour kicks, says Reps N30,000 minimum wage not good enough

The Organised labour has rejected a plan by the House of Representatives, seeking the upward review of the minimum wage for Nigerian workers to N30,000. … 37 more words

Labour Law