Under the ACA, employers must provide plans that cover birth control and other preventative health services with no out-of-pocket costs. Certain religious employers with religious objections to providing contraceptive services have been exempt from the requirement. The new rules, issued through the IRS, DOL, and HHS, broaden the exemption in scope and in application to for-profit entities that object to providing or covering identified contraceptive services due to sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions.
Immigration authorities in Dubai are now requiring that all documents submitted in support of visa applications be translated into Arabic.
Understanding the distinction between contractors and employees and the re-characterisation of a contractor into an employee
L&E Global’s 2017 Global Handbook | Employees vs Independent Contractors