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Kurzmeldung: Österreich: Ein "persönlicher Feiertag" für alle – der Leidensweg des Karfreitags
Die kürzlich ergangene Entscheidung des EuGH zum Karfreitag und die daraufhin entflammte politische Debatte haben zu erheblichen Unsicherheiten bei Unternehmen geführt.
Austria
8 Mar 2019
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'Slave Act': Changes To Working Time Rules
In Hungary, as is the case in other EU countries, recent economic growth has been accompanied by a labour shortage.
Hungary
11 Feb 2019
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Commercial Agent's Trial For Trial Period Compensation
Earlier this year, the ECJ ruled that commercial agents are generally entitled to compensation, even if the distribution agreement was terminated during a trial period.
Austria
24 Sep 2018
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How Will New EU Directive On Work-Life Balance Affect Family-Related Leave In Hungary?
Gender equality may be a core EU principle, but it will not become a reality without effective legal action.
Hungary
20 Sep 2018
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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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Employee Consent To Data Processing
Under Polish labour law, an employer may request the following data from an employee:
Poland
21 Feb 2018
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European Court Of Human Rights: Employers Have Limited Rights To Monitor Employee Communications At Work
A landmark decision was issued yesterday (Judgement Bărbulescu v. Romania), a source of debate in the media, in which the European Court of Human Rights clarified the restrictions on monitoring employees in the workplace.
Austria
6 Sep 2017
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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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Diversity In The Workplace
Diversity in the workplace is an increasingly important issue both for employers and for other stakeholders.
Hungary
21 Nov 2016
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How To Fight The Abuse Of Sick Leave – Is There A Solution?
Large-scale industry employers in Serbia often face the problem of high absenteeism due to abuse of sick leave by employees.
Serbia
27 Oct 2016
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Bonus Claims - Evolving Court Practice
Thus, the definition can be unhelpful when courts try to define the exact legal nature of bonuses.
Hungary
19 Oct 2016
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Noteworthy Recent Amendments To Polish Labour Law
In this labour law update we consider a number of valuable employer and employee legal issues which need to be taken into account.
Poland
17 Oct 2016
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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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Proposed Amendments To The Czech Labour Code - Are They Really Important?
The Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (the "MLSA") recently submitted a new proposal for interdepartmental comment, that will modify the current Labour Code.
Czech Republic
12 May 2016
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Balancing The Right To Employer Control With Employee Privacy Concerns
Surveillance of employees in the workplace has long been a hot topic among managers, human resources professionals and employment lawyers.
Hungary
10 Mar 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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Restrictions On Use Of Temporary Staff Agency Workers
The use of temporary staff agencies and agency workers has increased steadily in Hungary over the past two decades.
Hungary
29 Dec 2015
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Did You Finish Your Homework? Period For Employers To Comply With New Whistleblowing Act Ended On 30 June 2015
On 16 October 2014, the National Council of the Slovak Republic adopted Act No. 307/2014 Coll. on Certain Measures Related to Reporting of Anti-social Activities and on Amendment and Supplements to Certain Acts.
Slovakia
8 Sep 2015
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New Employment Legislation Brings Simplifications For Foreigners
The recently adopted ZZSDT sets out new conditions for the employment, self-employment and work of foreigners and indirectly transposes the relevant EU Directive into national legislation.
Slovenia
2 Sep 2015
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