Mondaq Europe: Employment and HR
Wolf Theiss
Protection of employees which was given strong support by Bulgarian Parliament led to difficulties in closing M&A transactions.
Fisher Phillips LLP
Yesterday, IG Metall, Germany's largest metal union, entered into an agreement with employers in the state of Baden-Württemberg that allows for a 28-hour work week for its members.
Walkers
The Guernsey Employment Tribunal has recently considered a case involving allegations of gross misconduct. This article considers the case and what can be learnt from the Tribunal's approach.
Walkers
This memorandum considers the requirements for a fair investigation as part of a disciplinary process at work, including what amounts to a reasonable investigation, the different roles ...
KCG Partners Law Firm
A kiszervezésnek számos munkajogi következménye lehet a munkáltatók számára, illetve komoly pénzügyi megfontolást igényel, ha a kiszervezés munkáltató személyében bekövetkező változással jár.
KCG Partners Law Firm
Személyiségi jog-e a munkához való jog, ha a sérelemdíj szempontjából vizsgáljuk? A kérdés tétje nem kicsi: amennyiben a munkához való jog személyiségi jognak minősül, az akár olyan jogértelmezéshez is vezethet, ...
Mason Hayes & Curran
A changing age demographic, economic necessity, the pension pay gap and changes to the State Pension age have meant that many people will want to continue working past the traditional retirement age ...
Arthur Cox
On 2 January 2018 the Workplace Relations Commission published its Code of Practice on Longer Working1.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
On Thursday 7th December 2017, Employment Affairs and Social Protection Minister, Regina Doherty, T.D. published the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017.
DQ Advocates
The Employment Act 2006 provides limited protection against discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, but such protection is limited to employment and, within the employment sphere, it is further limited to the protection of employees against being unfairly dismissed on any of these grounds
Gitti and Partners
On 23 December 2017, a Decree of the Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of the Public Administration was published. Such a Decree rules the redundancy process of the employees of the companies controlled by the State.
Mamo TCV Advocates
In a recent judgment, James Buhagiar vs Jani Limited, delivered on the 26th January 2018, the Court of Appeal examined in quite some detail the issue of disciplinary proceedings in unfair dismissal cases.
PLMJ
Decree no. 51/2017 of 9 October was approved as a result of the new challenges of Compulsory Social Security and seeks to adapt it to the current social situation.
Ersoybilgehan
The New Labour Courts Law numbered 7036 (the "New Law") was published in the Official Gazette no. 30221 dated 25 October 2017 ...
Gowling WLG
Pension schemes merge for a number of reasons, usually to enjoy the benefits of economies of scale.
Gowling WLG
This week saw key decisions from the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) on whether transitional provisions which protected older pension scheme members from the impact of a reform of their pension schemes amounted to age discrimination.
Stephenson Harwood
This edition of snapshot summarises some of the key legal and regulatory developments that occurred up to the end of January 2018 in relation to occupational pension schemes
Clyde & Co
All this demonstrates is a slew of one gender rather than the other in specific roles of varying seniority.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
A clear message to large employers has been issued to ensure that they take the Gender Pay Gap Regulations (GPGR)...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Yes, maybe. Schools should be aware that an unclear COT3 settlement agreement could allow an employee to bring future employment tribunal claims.
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Brodies LLP
In Tillman v Egon Zehnder Limited the Court of Appeal held that a post-termination non-compete restrictive covenant in the employment contract of a senior executive was unenforceable.
Dentons
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ICSA
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Pinsent Masons LLP
The consultation closes on 21 September 2017, and the FCA expects to publish its new rules early next year.
Gowling WLG
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TMF Group
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KPMG Luxembourg
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Dentons
A report by the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) has concluded that the level of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) in the UK is "manifestly inadequate".
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Morrisons, the supermarket chain, has been held liable for a disgruntled employee's willful breach of data protection legislation.
McDermott Will & Emery
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