State tax authorities have investigated sub-contracting arrangements applying the broad scope of employment agent provisions. In a welcome decision, the NSW Court of Appeal at Chief Commissioner of State Revenue v E Group Security Pty Ltd [2022] NSWCA 115(Call) confirmed the employment agency contract criterion in UNSW Global Pty LtdRead More →

Celebrating our 10th anniversary with the founder of the eLearning industry To mark our 10th anniversary, we sit down to speak with Christopher Pappas, the founder of eLearning Industry Inc. Christopher holds an MBA and an M.Ed (Learning Design) from BGSU, and is a proud advocate for the lifelong learningRead More →

The National Statistics Office said on Tuesday that the proportion of employed people working part-time in the 46-59 age bracket at all levels in India was over 10% between 2017 and 2020, while that in the over-60s age group, the proportion of employed people working part-time was over 15%. HeRead More →

After witnessing a sharp decline in the employment rate in June 2022, the economic think tank Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) estimated that the trend has reversed in the current month. During the last three days of the month since July 12, the unemployment rate has gradually decreased toRead More →

CARACHI: Pakistan’s labor market has started to contract amid an economic downturn, with some sectors reporting layoffs, while for newcomers finding a job can become a difficult task in the short to medium term. “The textile and technology sectors have reported job cuts amid an economic slowdown,” Fahad Rauf, headRead More →

Employment in Canada fell by 43,000, or 0.2%, in June, marking the first decline not associated with tightened public health restrictions since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Statistics Canada announced on Friday that the job loss was almost entirely due to a decline among workers aged 55 and over,Read More →

Vermont Business Magazine Union Mutual Insurance Company is proud to announce that its Employee Development Program has received National Honors from the National Association of Mutual Insurance Carriers (NAMIC). The program won Best in Category – Adaptability at the 9e Annual Innovation Award Presentation at the 2022 NAMIC Management Conference.Read More →

Four on-call firefighters employed under the so-called RiB agreement, notified their employer – a civil protection union – that they wanted a higher employment rate in accordance with section 25a of the law on job protection. The employer then hired 16 full-time firefighters without offering the on-call firefighters a higherRead More →