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Government of Mozambique regulates labour relations for contract work

Mozambique’s new Regulations for Labour in Contract Work, among other innovations, introduces signing contract for uncertain periods, considered to be employment contracts for an indefinite period, the Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security said on Tuesday in Maputo. 181 more words

Economy

Embedding neoliberalism in Greece: the transformation of collective bargaining and labour market policy in Greece during the Eurozone crisis

(2016). Embedding neoliberalism in Greece: the transformation of collective bargaining and labour market policy in Greece during the Eurozone crisis. Studies in Political Economy. Ahead of Print. 21 more words

A Look at the First Ever Legal Aid Lawyers Union in Ontario

The Quebec State Lawyers have been on strike for approximately two weeks as of today, with an unlimited mandate, waiting for their collective agreement to be renewed. 73 more words

Social Justice

Episode November 2016–Sail on, Sail on

Welcome to LegalEase, a broadcast about law cast broadly. We are your hosts Alice Mirlesse, Zach Morgenstern, and Emma Noradounkian for this November edition of LegalEase. 203 more words

Social Justice

Here's how budding entrepreneurs can avoid a lawsuit from their former employer

The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Canada. However, too few employees seek legal advice before jettisoning their employment and setting up their own business. 684 more words

Executive

Good People are (Still) Doing Most of the Harm in the World

In her prescient book, God of the Machine, Isabel Paterson coined the phrase “the humanitarian with a guillotine.” Writing in 1943, a decade after America’s disastrous New Deal was enacted, she observed that “Most of the harm in the world is done by good people…” 640 more words

Society

Collective Bargaining beyond the Boundaries of Employment: A Comparative Analysis

Labour laws are designed in part to provide workers with adequate minimum labour standards, including access to collective voice and representation in establishing working conditions. They generally focus on ‘employees’ but an increasing number of workers are not employees. 169 more words

Wages And Hours