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Federal Government Adopts Draft Policy to Eradicate Child Labor (September 24, 2013) by Hanibal Goitom

The Government of Nigeria has adopted a draft policy to address the child labor issues that ...

Topic: Families; Labor
Jurisdiction: Nigeria

Domestic Workers Convention (September 09, 2013) by Constance Johnson

On September 5, 2013, the Domestic Workers Convention came into effect. It extends basic labor rights ...

Topic: International affairs; Labor
Jurisdiction: International Labour Organization

Maritime Labour Convention in Force (August 21, 2013) by Constance Johnson

The Maritime Labour Convention of 2006 came into force on August 20, 2013, having been ratified ...

Topic: International affairs; Labor
Jurisdiction: International Labour Organization

City of Beijing Requires Certificate of No Criminal Record for Foreigner Workers (August 20, 2013) by Wendy Zeldin

On May 30, 2013, Beijing municipal employment authorities gave notice of a new requirement, effective ...

Topic: Administrative law and regulatory procedures; Immigration; Labor
Jurisdiction: China

Unemployment Benefits Extended (June 05, 2013) by Constance Johnson

The repeal of a January 2013 law limiting unemployment benefits to a two-year period means that ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Denmark

Domestic Worker Legislation Under Consideration (June 03, 2013) by Constance Johnson

On May 28, 2013, Lita Anggraini, the coordinator of the Indonesian National Network for Domestic Workers ...

Topic: Labor; Human rights
Jurisdiction: Indonesia

Response to Factory Collapse in Bangladesh (May 21, 2013) by Theresa Papademetriou

In a statement issued on April 30, 2013, Catherine Ashton, the European Union's High Representative for ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: European Union

Labor Rights of Household Workers (March 27, 2013) by Eduardo Soares

On March 26, 2013, the Brazilian Federal Senate unanimously approved, on a second and final round, ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Brazil

Employer's Permitted to Have Information on Relevant Pending Criminal Investigations of Potential Employees (March 04, 2013) by Ruth Levush

On February 21, 2013, the Supreme Court of Israel rendered a decision in a case lodged ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Israel

Employer Surveillance of Employees (March 04, 2013) by Ruth Levush

The Tel Aviv Regional Labor Court recently ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Israel

Rules for Hiring Out Labor Come into Force (March 04, 2013) by Constance Johnson

A Belgian law of December 27, 2012, published in the State Gazette on December ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Belgium

Employee Termination of Labor Contracts Prohibited (February 07, 2013) by Peter Roudik

On December 7, 2012, President Lukashenko of Belarus issued a decree entitled "Additional Measures to ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Belarus

Mandatory Russian Language Test for Labor Migrants (December 31, 2012) by Peter Roudik

Federal Law No. 185 on Amendments to Federal Laws on the Status of Foreigners and ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Russia

Limits to Be Placed on Contract Labor (November 23, 2012) by Constance Johnson

On November 15, 2012, Indonesia's Manpower and Transmigration Ministry published a decree that limits the use ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Indonesia

Support for Single Working Parents (October 12, 2012) by Sayuri Umeda

Near the end of its regular session in September 2012, the Diet (Japan's parliament) enacted the ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Japan

Supreme Court: Mandatory Early Retirement Constitutes Prohibited Age-Based Discrimination (October 10, 2012) by Ruth Levush

On August 27, 2012, Israel's Supreme Court, sitting as a High Court of Justice in an ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Israel

Cabinet Approves Increase in Minimum Hourly Wage (September 28, 2012) by Wendy Zeldin

The Executive Yuan (Cabinet) has approved a proposal put forward by the Council of Labor Affairs ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Taiwan

Domestic Workers Treaty to Become Effective Next Year (September 06, 2012) by Constance Johnson

The Convention on Domestic Workers, a United Nations treaty providing international standards aimed at improving the ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: United Nations

Proposal to Raise Minimum Wage (August 13, 2012) by Wendy Zeldin

Taiwan's Council of Labor Affairs (CLA), a Cabinet-level agency in charge of labor matters at the ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Taiwan

Code Amended to Balance Employer-Employee Interests (June 21, 2012) by Sayuri Umeda

Since its promulgation in 1994, the first Labor Code of Vietnam (International Labor Organization, NATLEX) ...

Topic: Labor
Jurisdiction: Vietnam

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