Recent competition law developments in Turkey: the administrative court’s stay of execution decision regarding behavioural remedies | ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law

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The stay of execution order of the ninth administrative court of Ankara (court) regarding the Turkish competition board’s conditional approval decision dated 8 May 2018 and numbered 18-14/267-129 sheds some light and provides insights for future cases regarding the court’s approach towards behavioral remedies. The court found that the behavioral remedies accepted by the board …

Strategic considerations for foreign enterprises considering applying for leniency in India | AZB & Partners

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The Indian Competition Act (CA02) was enacted in 20021. Since its inception, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed approximately £1bn in penalties on enterprises and their key individuals for their participation in cartels under s3, read with s27, of CA02. The Competition Commission of India (Lesser Penalty) Regulations were enacted in 2009. Since …

Anatomy of a workplace investigation in Ireland: how to handle some of the practical issues | Maples Group

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Complex workplace investigations were the exception and not the norm until a few years ago. In the year 2000 a one-page statutory code of practice was published in Ireland to guide employers through the humdrum of workplace disciplinary and grievance investigations containing only one sentence regarding the issue of employee representation in investigations. Fast forward …

Psychosocial risks versus healthy companies in Spain | Grant Thornton

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In the last decade, the manner in which work is organised and managed has suffered significant changes. This fact has caused either beneficial or harmful consequences, such as emerging psychosocial risks and new challenges. The main questions are: what are the psychosocial risks? What are their consequences for the workers and for the company? What …

Dealing with discrimination and harassment in Australian workplaces | People + Culture Strategies

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In Australia, as in the rest of the world, employers bear onerous legal obligations to ensure that workplace culture does not condone sexual harassment, or indeed any other kind of bullying or vilification. Perhaps unlike other parts of the world, the laws dealing with workplace discrimination and harassment in Australia are particularly complex, not the …