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In Herbai v Hungary, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that an employee was entitled to express his professional opinion on his own website
Hungary
Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law
Es herrscht auch in Ungarn Arbeitskräftemangel und es ist nicht einfach, mit dem bestehendem Personal alle Aufträge zu bewältigen. Die Lage kann es auch kurzfristig komplizieren, wenn eine...
Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law
Ist die Entscheidung darüber gefallen, dass der Arbeitgeber sich von einem Arbeitnehmer trennen will, stellt sich noch die Frage,…
Kinstellar
This summary describes some of the legal aspects relevant to our clients regarding the appearance of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in Hungary. Our aim is to point out that the measures that...
lus Laboris
The scope of part-time work has been extended for employees with children, so that upon an employee's request, the employer is required to amend his or her employment to part-time until the child reaches the age of four.
lus Laboris
At the time of writing, Hungary has not reported any coronavirus cases. This article sets out the current state of affairs for employers in Hungary and what will change if an epidemic is declared.
lus Laboris
Further labour law and social security changes entered into force in Hungary at the start of 2020, or are expected to become effective during the year, including changes to the treatment of posted
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
In the previous articles on the lawful dismissal, we discussed that, ranging from the employee's behaviour to the employer's reorganization, there can be many legitimate reasons for dismissal by the employer.
Fragomen
Effective January 1, 2020, the minimum monthly wage in Hungary has increased to HUF 161,000, or HUF 210,600 for positions requiring at least secondary education, up eight percent from 2019.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
In our previous article we have examined the cases in which an employer may terminate the employment due to an employee's inappropriate behaviour or attitude.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
It is a misconception that the employer has nothing to do with the employee's life outside work.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
In this short article we summarize the facts of the case and the findings of the Court.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Wage costs represent significant part of the corporate expenditures.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
One of the simplest ways to communicate basic yet important information and policies to employees is through the employee handbook.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Wrongful termination of an employment contract is the most common trigger for lawsuits arising out of labour relationships.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Whether weekly or once a year, to another continent or just across the city, work related travel concerns every single employment relationship.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Un licenciement illégal est la cause la plus fréquente des contentieux devant les tribunaux de travail.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Remuneration is one of the cornerstones of an employment relationship for both parties
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Nowadays we cannot imagine a workplace without Internet and e-mailing.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
During this summer, the Hungarian Supreme Court (Curia) made a judgement in a case, where the central question was whether the monitoring of the employee's own cell phone used for job-related purposes by the employer was lawful.
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