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‘Consequential Accountability’ Could Be Solution to Corporate DE&I Stalemate

‘Consequential Accountability’ Could Be Solution to Corporate DE&I Stalemate

Seventy-six percent of HR leaders say their organization tracks metrics to measure diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) goals; yet while tracking DE&I metrics creates…This post was originally published on this site

India’s National Pension Program Gains Acceptance, but Hurdles Remain

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India’s National Pension Program Gains Acceptance, but Hurdles Remain

Companies in India are increasingly offering employees the option to save for retirement through the government-run National Pension System, but more work must be done to encourage employees to pursue this option.This post was originally published on this site

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British Columbia Reinstates Face Masks in Indoor Public Settings

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British Columbia Reinstates Face Masks in Indoor Public Settings

Face masks again are mandatory in certain public indoor settings for British Columbians 12 years and older. This post was originally published on this site

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Return to the Canadian Worksite Is Proving Challenging

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Return to the Canadian Worksite Is Proving Challenging

Navigating who needs to return to in-person work is one of the many issues arising as Canadian companies slowly begin to return to the office. This post was originally published on this site

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UK Publishes Policy Paper on Increasing the Normal Minimum Pension Age

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UK Publishes Policy Paper on Increasing the Normal Minimum Pension Age

The U.K. government has published its policy paper on the proposed increase of the normal minimum pension age from age 55 to age 57, a change that takes effect on April…This post was originally published on this site

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Europe: Neutral Dress Codes Are Not Directly Discriminatory

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Europe: Neutral Dress Codes Are Not Directly Discriminatory

The European Court of Justice has recently handed down a judgment that may have significant repercussions on dress codes.This post was originally published on this site

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The Start of Mandatory Vaccinations in Canada

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The Start of Mandatory Vaccinations in Canada

The Canadian federal government has announced that it will make vaccinations mandatory for federal employees and also for those working in some federally regulated industries related to travel. This post was originally published on this site

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Under Europe’s ETIAS, Non-Visa Visitors Will Need Electronic Authorization

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Under Europe’s ETIAS, Non-Visa Visitors Will Need Electronic Authorization

Citizens of roughly 60 countries, including the U.S., who don’t need a visa to visit much of Europe will be required to apply electronically in advance for authorization to travel there under a new system expected to launch by the end of 2022.This post was originally published on this site

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Cuomo Resigns Week After Bombshell Sexual Harassment Report

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Cuomo Resigns Week After Bombshell Sexual Harassment Report

​New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement Tuesday that he is resigning his decade-long post comes a week after the state attorney general’s office released a 165-page report on Aug. 3 that pointed to a toxic culture where Cuomo had sexually harassed staff members and other state employees.This post was originally published on this site

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Shortened Workweek Is Common in Iceland

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Shortened Workweek Is Common in Iceland

Many Icelandic workplaces have adopted shortened workweeks. For one unionized workforce, the workweek is 45 minutes shorter. That may not sound like a lot but union members say it’s making a big difference.This post was originally published on this site

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