Labor and employment
If the relocation occurs at the employee's discretion, the company shall not pay any additional relocation fee, nor shall it be responsible for the associated costs. To reduce risks, however, it must document the relocation rules and obtain an explicit statement of the employee's choice.
When employees return to the office, companies must observe the arrangement to which the worker is subject and the municipal, state, and federal laws.
In the process in Congress, Bill No. 6,074/16 intends to regulate the requirement of the test in the dismissal exams, pacifying the issue and offering greater legal certainty for companies and employees.
Courts find that liability for compensation of victims of harassment is not exclusive to the company. The harasser must also answer for the acts he commits.
Law regulates cases where the Public Administration may be liable in a secondary manner for labor charges not paid by the service provider.
Check the rules governing the activities of companies that provide essential services or operate remotely in the state and the city of Rio de Janeiro.
New rule replaces Ordinance No. 19,809/2020, issued during the state of public calamity, provides greater security to employers from sectors such as electricity services, civil construction, call centers, capital markets, and insurance.
Reporting Judge disagrees with the Labor Court and sees no need for collective bargaining. For Justice Marco Aurelio, as there is no constitutional prohibition on the practice, the imposition of obstacles for the employer must be avoided.
When the activity allows, the company should keep pregnant women on remote work, avoiding exposure to the risk of contagion, and offer flexible hours.
Internal policies and rules on using these channels help create a safer environment for employees and the company itself.
Can employers require work from their employees on the dates scheduled for Carnival? Read about the alternatives available to them.
Even processing anonymized data, algorithms can lead companies to decide in a discriminatory manner, which subjects them to sanctions such as warnings and fines of up to BRL 50 million as of August 1.