The UK has launched a new online system which allows employers to use an online service to demonstrate that they have conducted the necessary right to work checks on migrants.
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.
Australia has increased its national minimum wage by 3 percent.
Argentina has announced new gross monthly minimum and maximum salaries for the processing of employees social security contributions.
The Netherlands has published the final Decree on the new Dutch international tax ruling practice.
Taiwan has made significant changes to its corporate income tax structure.