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Decline In Turnover As Grounds For Dismissal
Under certain circumstances, companies may decide to restructure their internal organisation in order to:
Hungary
6 Jul 2018
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ECJ Allows Prohibition Of Headscarves At Workplace
Employers may prohibit their employees from wearing Islamic headscarves and other religious or political symbols, subject to certain conditions.
European Union
30 Mar 2017
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Are You Up To Date On Important Polish Labour Law Matters?
As an employer it is vital that you are informed on new labour law related issues that could negatively affect your organisation. In this legal insights we explore a number of these important legal points.
Poland
25 Jul 2016
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Has The European Court Of Human Rights Officially Allowed Employers To Read Employees' Private E-Mails?
Employers often wish to monitor how their employees use work computing facilities during office hours. In a recent judgment the ECHR illuminates the circumstances that may justify employers monitoring employees' communication.
European Union
29 Feb 2016
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Imprudent Facebook Post May Lead To Dismissal
An employee was dismissed with immediate effect because he had published in-house information on his Facebook account.
Austria
1 Feb 2016
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Unlawful Dismissal - Additional Damages Claims After Binding Court Decision?
Under the previous Labour Code, in case of unlawful dismissal and upon the employee's request, the employer was obliged to reinstate the employee to his or her original position.
Hungary
14 Oct 2015
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Overview Of New Labour Law Developments
As of 1 April 2015, the provisions of the Act on Facilitations in Conducting Business Activity come into force that provide for the possibility of concluding contracts with an employee on the basis of a valid medical certificate that had been issued the employee's previous employer.
Poland
8 Apr 2015
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Constitutional Court Finds That Hidden Recordings Of Employees May Be Used As Legal Evidence In Court Proceedings
In the Czech Republic, the permissibility of using hidden recordings or other similar kinds of evidence within a court proceeding is quite questionable.
Czech Republic
5 Apr 2015
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New Principles Of Settling Non-Working Days - Judgment Of Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal
On 2 October 2012, Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal issued a judgment stating that the currently applied principles of settling bank holidays that fall on non-working days other than Sunday infringe the Constitution.
Poland
25 Oct 2012
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May An Employee Request Biometric Data?
Poland’s Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) has recently ruled that an employer is not entitled to collect employees’ biometric data in the form of fingerprints in order to record employees’ entrance and exits times, even if the employees consent.
Poland
25 Sep 2012
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The Most Important Rulings Of The Supreme Court
Termination by an employee of a definite-term agreement (judgment of the Supreme Court dated 14 February 2012, file no. III PZP 5/11).
Poland
29 Apr 2012
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Group-Wide Employment - Obligation Of The Employer
In case of termination of employment relationships the question arises time and again whether employment of the employee in other group companies has to be considered.
Austria
15 Feb 2010
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