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You have stumbled on the go-to podcast for all things employment law. Whether you’re an employer, HR professional, employee, or just curious about employment relations, we’ve got you covered. Join Sanam, a seasoned employment lawyer, as she demystifies complex legal issues, deciphers employment legislation, shares practical tips, and presents real-world cases. With Law Lenz, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed to navigate employment law in New Zealand with confidence. Let’s ensure em ...
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Are you an HR Professional or employment lawyer? Do you love employment law? Employment Law Matters is presented by London employment law barrister Daniel Barnett. You'll learn how to deal with tricky, practical, employment law and HR issues in regular, weekly, bite-sized chunks.
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Employment Law This Week Podcast

Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

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Employment Law This Week® tracks the top developments in employment and labor law and workforce management in a matter of minutes every #WorkforceWednesday. This is the audio podcast version of the video series launched in October 2015 by law firm Epstein Becker Green.
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Welcome to The Employment Law Podcast by Boyes Turner. In this podcast series, each episode takes a deep dive into a different subject, covering all things related to employment law. Whether you're an CEO, stakeholder, HR, or just interested in understanding the legal intricacies of the workplace, this podcast is your go-to resource. Join us as our expert employment solicitors break down crucial topics such as discrimination, workplace policies, termination, contracts, and much more. Gain va ...
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Welcome to the CM Murray LLP podcast channel where we discuss a wide range of topical issues in relation to partnership and employment law. CM Murray LLP is a leading partnership, employment and regulatory law firm based in London. We advise US and UK law firms and partners, hedge fund and investment management partners, US and other multi-national employers, senior executives and founders on a range of UK partnership and employment law issues.
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Littler International Employment Law Podcast

Littler International Employment Law

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Conversations for the multinational employer on issues impacting their global business. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
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Join employment law experts Adrienne Hardy and Peter Beisty for a discussion on topical legal developments in employment law and business immigration. If you employ people, you'll not want to miss out on our insights on what is happening in the world of work. What we do. Employment law We can help you with all aspects of employment law: from policy-making and procedures; through statutory obligations, performance management and disciplinary; to the recruitment and retention of your greatest ...
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Mills & Reeve is a leading UK law firm. We offer quality, concise legal advice, and we’re renowned for providing outstanding service. Our content explained Every piece of content we create is correct on the date it’s published but please don’t rely on it as legal advice. If you’d like to speak to us about your own legal requirements, please contact one of our expert lawyers.
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Making Work Better explores employment law, business issues, and workplace challenges through personal narratives and legal commentary. Our employment attorney experts and their guests discuss everything from new laws and human resources challenges to launching a small business or forging a unique career path. As the flagship program of The Prinz Law Firm in Chicago, this podcast will not feature legal advice—just conversations that help us all to make work better, regardless of our role. Yo ...
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Karen Killalea, Partner at the Maples Group and head of our Employment team, shares insights on specific areas of employment law, examines recent cases and developments and summarises the key points for employers in Ireland.
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Legal Expert: Lior Samfiru Legal information and call-in show, specifically dealing with employment law issues. Discussing aspects of termination of employment, and what people need to know if they lost their job or on the verge of losing their job. We will also be addressing other topics, anything from overtime and hours of work, to drug testing in the workplace.
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Does your company experience labor and employment law problems? Are you a human resource representative, business owner, or manager with questions about managing your employees and following the law. In this podcast, we provide practical insights on some of the most common labor and employment law problems facing companies today.
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Employment Law Podcast

Olexo Workplace Law

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Olexo Workplace Law (formerly PCC Lawyers) presents a running series covering Employment Law in Australia. Important: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advice for specific employment situations. PCC Employment Lawyers recommend that specialist legal advice should be sought about specific legal issues.
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What if you could hang out with an experienced employment lawyer who has represented businesses in disputes with employees, ask them about everyday business decisions that involve employees (hiring, firing, demotions, paying salaries, medical leave); then take an insight or two to help make sure you are following employment laws? Hosted by Karly Wannos, Esq. - employment lawyer and the founder of The Wannos Law Firm - The Employment Experience is an educational tool for business owners and H ...
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Welcome to The Lawdown, CM Murray LLP's regular podcast bringing you the legal news highlights, particularly those relating to employment, discrimination and partnership law and the UK courts. More information on the issues discussed and knowledge on a wide range of topics can be found at our website - www.cm-murray.com or please contact info@cm-murray.com for more information or to send us a story you would like us to talk about.
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Matt Huggett of Carbon Law Partners and Brightstar HR provides regular news and updates on all things employment law and HR in the UK. In an engaging and natural style he will chat you through the latest changes in employment law and give you practical guidance about the impact that these changes will make your approach to the management of your people. Contact Matt at: matthew.huggett@carbonlawpartners.com or www.linkedin.com/in/matthewhuggett/
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Howard Levitt is Canada's best known and most quoted authority on employment law. He is ranked on Martindale the #2 most viewed lawyer out of 16,896 in Toronto and in the top 1% in the world. Howard writes a weekly column in the National Post and is the author of Canada's leading dismissal text book, The Law of Dismissal in Canada three other texts, and Editor-In-Chief of the national law report, The Dismissal and Employment Law Digest, which covers every dismissal and employment law case ac ...
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By listening to this podcast, you have your very own Employment Lawyer In Your Pocket #ELiYP We're aiming to help managers and business owners navigate the murky and often contentious world of employment law and keep you on the straight and narrow with your staff. *NEW Season 9* Season 9 is ELiYP goes to Hollywood, or the Law Behind the Movies. In this season, the team will be giving film reviews with a twist. Each week, we will pick a film. We will watch the film. We will then analyse the f ...
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Please contact us at www.employeelawnewyork.com if you are suffering from workplace harassment, retaliation, hostile work environment, gender discrimination, sexual harassment, age discrimination, disability discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, FMLA retaliation, loss of pay, and/or labor law violations. Problems at work are no problem for us. The Law Office of David H. Rosenberg P.C. are top New York sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and #me too lawyers dedicated to provid ...
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On August 30, 2023, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed a salary raise in order for “white-collar” workers to qualify for one of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s three exemptions. If the changes go into effect, they would have a significant impact on how employers pay their employees and who is or is not entitled to overtime pay. Fore more informat…
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In this short podcast, Chair Mark Risk (Mark Risk PC, New York) and Panellists Amit Bindra (The Prinz Law Firm, Chicago), Omar Molina Garcia (Augusta Abogados, Spain), and Jane Amphlett (Howard Kennedy LLP, UK) discuss briefly some of the issues that they will be analysing in their panel session at the 5th IFSEA Conference on Risk, Reward and Reput…
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The law guarantees employees minimum rest and meal breaks to ensure wellbeing and productivity. These breaks come in two flavours: paid 10-minute rest breaks and unpaid 30-minute meal breaks. The number of breaks an employee gets depends on how long they work. However, even with clear guidelines, employers are still getting it wrong. So how do thes…
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This week, we’re recapping recent U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decisions and their impact on employers across the country. Visit our site for this week's Other Highlights and links: https://www.ebglaw.com/eltw349 Subscribe to #WorkforceWednesday®: https://www.ebglaw.com/subscribe/ Visit http://www.EmploymentLawThisWeek.com This podcast is presented …
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Corporate Acquisitions: Employment Insights - Episode 5 Natalie Wood, Associate Solicitor, discusses managing pensions during corporate acquisitions with our expert guest, Maria Riccio, Pension Specialist Lawyer. Maria talks us through employer's obligations under the Pensions Act 2008, emphasizing the critical role of workplace pension schemes and…
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In this episode, you'll learn my top seven tips for managing employee expenses. This podcast is supported by Occupational Health Assessment Ltd, Policies 2024 and by HR Inner Circle. Leave a review for this podcast before 11 June 2024 and win a prize - www.danielbarnett.com/podcastreviews 🎁 FREE STUFF Employment law updates – www.danielbarnett.com …
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Episode 6: Listener questions answered about disciplinary issues & unfair dismissal In this weeks’ episode of the podcast I will answer some of the most frequently asked questions from Employers about how to deal with disciplinary issues and how to avoid a claim for unfair dismissal. This is the final of 6 episodes that focus on all of the key aspe…
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In this latest episode, host Adam Williams delves into the pressing issue of modern slavery which can encompass various forms such as forced labour, forced marriage, debt bondage, human trafficking, and the exploitation of children. As awareness and legislative actions increase globally, organisations face growing pressure to address modern slavery…
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Employment attorney Kristin Hendriksen draws on her experience in a past life in restaurant operations to discuss the WARN Act and recent business closures with Matt Tedeschi, an employment paralegal and Marketing Manager at the firm. Kristin and Matt explain what the WARN Act is and why it was passed before discussing the sudden shuttering of all …
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In honor of Small Business Month (May) and National Travel & Tourism Week (May 19-25, 2024), this Big Blend Radio panel discussion focuses on the connections between small businesses and the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries. FEATURED GUESTS: - DONNETTE SILVA CARTER - CEO of Tulare Chamber of Commerce & Board Member of the Sequoia Tourism…
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This podcast discusses the critical considerations when evaluating whether and how to terminate employees in Asia. Trent Sutton (U.S. qualified lawyer), Soowon Hong (Korean qualified lawyer) and Shiau Sang Tee (Hong Kong and Malaysia qualified lawyer), members of Littler’s APAC Regional Office based in Singapore, set out the general three approache…
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This episode originally aired June 4th, 2024 When is it within your right as an employee to take time off for mental health? Make sure that you do it right and know your rights on this episode of the Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Lior Samfiru. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlawyer.ca…
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Did hear that you only deserve two weeks per year in severance? Or that an Employer has the right to see your medical records for you to take leave? Find out how wrong these myths are. That and much more on this episode of the Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Alex Lucifero. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemplo…
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This show has been aired already. This weekend on the Employment Law Show Mackenzie Irwin and John Scholes answer some of the most commonly asked questions about whether or not an employer can or can't do something. They also answer your questions! For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlawyer.ca…
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This episode origiinally aired April 17, 2024 If your branch of a company closes down, your employer could ask you to move to another city if you want to keep a job. Can they make you move? Do you get severance if you can't move? Learn this and more on The Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Chris Justice. For information anytime, call 1-855…
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This Episode Originally Aired April 16, 2024 If you've been asked by your employer to spend unpaid time helping out at the office/job site or do your coworkers need help outside of working hours? Learn what to say and do on this episode of the Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Lior Samfiru. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or g…
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We've all been there. Sometimes, we just don't want to go into work, and if you own or operate a business, then you may have come across creative ways an employee may avoid work. Sometimes they may opt to 'chuck a sickie'. Other times, you may see an intermittent but frequent pattern forming where it seems like sick leave is being taken advantage o…
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*This is a replay of the episode that aired May 9th, 2024* It's not always black and white, employers won't come out and say that they let you go because of your age, disability illness etc. So you need to know what red flags to look for. You may be entitled to compensation for this! Learn on this episode of The Employment Law Show. Hosts John Scho…
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Season 9 will launch in the autumn. Please send any suggestions to podcast@danielbarnett.co.uk. If you are interested in sponsoring Season 9, please head over to www.danielbarnett.com/sponsorpodcast for further details. Leave a podcast review before 11 June 2024 to be entered into the prize draw, announced 21 June 2024. Full details of the competit…
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*This is a replay of the episode that aired May 8th, 2024* Yes! You might be owed more than just money in your severance from an employer. Find out what and when this may apply on this episode of The Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Lior Samfiru. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlawyer.ca…
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This week, we’re focused on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) filing requirements for the EEO-1 Component 1 data. The EEOC requires private employers with 100 or more employees, as well as certain federal contractors, to submit EEO-1 reports annually. Yesterday, June 4, 2024, was the deadline for employers to file EEO-1 Compone…
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In this episode Daniel discusses Amending Tribunal Claims with Nathaniel Caiden from Cloisters. You’ll learn… What the law is on amending a claim form, and the relevant of tribunal time limits Whether the Presidential Guidance on time limits is arguably wrong What you should be focusing on when either making, or resisting, an application to amend a…
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Is your company going under? Is it merging with another corporation? Do you have to take the new job the merging company is offering? Find out all these and more on this episode of the Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Alex Lucifero. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlawyer.ca…
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What if I told you that getting your employment agreements wrong could cost you $20,000? And what if I told you that you might be making this mistake right now? Welcome to another eye-opening episode, where we delve into the critical topic of hours of work and why it's essential to get it right. Join Sanam as she uncovers the often misunderstood an…
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This show has previously aired before. John Scholes is joined by Lawyer Chris Justice with Samfiru Tumarkin LLP to break down the five most common employment law terms that you need to know! They also do some myth busting when it comes to severance and sort fact from fiction. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlaw…
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If you went on medical leave and came back you need to know what to expect! Find out on this episode, how much your employer has the right to know, how far a doctors note can go, and what you can expect when you return. All this on the Employment Law Show with hosts John Schols and Chris Justice. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go t…
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We are delighted to introduce the ninth episode of our Women in Sport Podcast, where we discuss developments, initiatives, and issues relating to women in sports and the associated legal implications.In this episode, Partner Emma Bartlett and Trainee Solicitor Mitchell Blythe are joined by a special guest, Becky Grey who is a senior journalist at B…
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Did you get demoted right before you were let go? This was likely a way for your employer to get away with giving you far less severance than you deserve! Find out how much you're owed and what other strategies employers try and use to illegally limit your severance on this episode of The Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Lior Samfiru. For…
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If you had an accident and needed to take time off of work, you have the right to come back to a job with accommodations! If you're employer can reasonably accommodate you're new responsibilities based on your disability then they must do so. Remember a doctors note is key! This and more on The Employment Law Show, hosts John Schols and Lior Samfir…
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Ever wondered how the shift from formal to informal language at work impacts inclusivity? In this episode Andy Whiteaker and Helen Goss tell the significance of mindful language in fostering a respectful work environment. We'll dissect real-world scenarios, including the implications of calling women "girls," and debate the necessity of replacing g…
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In this episode, you'll learn: When employer’s can insist on random drug and alcohol testing for employees What to do if someone turns up to work smelling of alcohol Why you can’t automatically dismiss if an employee fails a drug or alcohol test This podcast is supported by Occupational Health Assessment Ltd, Policies 2024 and by HR Inner Circle. L…
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This episode originally aired April 22, 2024 Under what circumstances should you bring a lawyer into your work problems? When does it become more than just a disagreement? Learn this and more on this episode of The Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Alex Lucifero. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlawyer.…
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Under New Zealand employment law, employees have the right to bring a support person or representative to meetings. This person can be anyone the employee chooses, such as a friend, family member, union representative, lawyer, or even a trusted colleague. With a support person's role going beyond just being a silent observer, there is confusion aro…
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In August 2023, Governor Pritzker signed a bill making significant changes to the Illinois Day and Temporary Labor Services Act regarding labor dispute provisions, pay provisions, and worker notice, safety and documentation requirements. Staffing agencies and businesses that use staffing agencies should take note, as these revisions bring additiona…
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In this weeks’ episode of the podcast I will tell you what the compensation could be for an employee who is successful in a claim for unfair dismissal and the other lesser used remedies. This is the fifth of 6 episodes that will focus on all of the key aspects of unfair dismissal, including everything you need to know to really get to grips with di…
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You were pulled into an office and after a whilwind of a meeting you find yourself without a job. You're panicked, stressed and dont know what to do. Learn how to manage this difficult life event on this episode of The Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Lior Samfiru. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploymentlawy…
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