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Obviously you can refuse, nobody can force you to give them a new passport. There may be consequences. The worst: The company's country likely has laws that require the company to make sure you have the right to work there, and to have evidence of it. If you are an EU citizen in an EU country, a valid EU passport would be that evidence. When your passport ...


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does it mean that if I am caused an injury by a third party, receive sick pay, then subsequently claim the third party for loss of earnings, I must claim from them my full earnings and then return the sick pay to my employer? Yes. It is designed to prevent a double recovery. This kind of provision is common in casualty and health insurance contracts, where ...


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Does [the] People's Republic of China have "parasitism" law prohibiting people from not working or punishing them for not having a job? I cannot find any such requirement in either the Criminal Law or the Labour Law, but I see that the latter makes two references to providing state benefits to the "unemployed": Article 70 The State shall ...


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It is illegal to discriminate on the basis of "national or ethnic origin" This is spelled out in the Canadian Human Rights Act s3(1). However, a person's citizenship is something that can (must) be discriminated on. Unless it is being used as a proxy for "national or ethnic origin". Right to work in Canada To be allowed to work in Canada, ...


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Can the employer fire Bob if they refuse to provide saliva sample for a marijuana test? Maybe, if drug testing is an enforceable condition of Bob's contract of employment. An employer's drug testing policy has to be justified according to the nature of the work carried out and requires an employee's consent. If Bob is required to occasionally operate ...


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Employment and human rights law are mostly provincial if the employer/service provider is not federally regulated. Federally regulated sectors are out of provincial jurisdiction with respect to employment and are subject to the federal Acts (Canadian Human Rights Act, Canada Labour Code) instead. Citizenship is a enumerated protected ground in Ontario. ...


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