Corte Constitucional colombiana falla demanda sobre presunta reforma laboral

El pasado 19 de agosto la Corte Constitucional les dio la razónLas centrales sindicales CUT, CTC y CGT, quienes con el apoyo en la construcción jurídica de la demanda de …

European equality law review

IN THIS ISSUE ■ Setting and achieving standards: Independent assistance competences of the equality body ■ Gender equality and tax policies in the EU ■ Protection of self-employed from discrimination …

Worked to death: How a Chinese tuna juggernaut crushed its Indonesian workers

“One of China’s biggest tuna fishing firms, Dalian Ocean Fishing, made headlines last year when four young Indonesian deckhands fell sick and died from unknown illnesses after allegedly being subject …

FNV v Uber BV

Drivers who have personally connected with Uber and who transport passengers via the Uber app are covered by the Collective Labor Agreement for Taxi Transport. The legal relationship between Uber and …

Right to disconnect: Exploring company practices

“Digital technologies have made it possible for many workers to carry out their work at any time and anywhere, with consequent advantages and disadvantages. Potential advantages include greater autonomy, better …

Alvaro Hernan Quina v. Rappi S.A.S.

Official Decision in Spanish: FALLO TUTELA 2021-00878  

Other People’s Rotten Jobs Are Bad for Them. And for You.

“A few years ago, a part-time minimum wage worker at an upstate New York McDonald’s suspected a gas leak. When he alerted his supervisors, they told him to ignore it or …

TRADE POLICY WON’T WORK FOR WORKERS TILL IT WORKS FOR WOMEN

“Gender justice advocates have been waiting for far too long for trade justice. Women’s rights organizations have been pointing this out for at least two decades, during a wave of …

The Third Revised Draft of a Treaty on Business and Human Rights: Modest Steps Forward, But Much of the Same

The 3rd revised version of a draft treaty on transnational corporations and other business enterprises (3rd revised draft treaty on business and human rights) was published by the Intergovernmental Working Group established by the …

Promoting and respecting international labour standards in Asian Development Bank operations: A binding safeguard and beyond

“In 2001, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) demonstrated leadership and foresight by committing to uphold the core labour standards. In doing so, the ADB aligned itself with the 1998 International …

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