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An amendment to the Slovak Labour Code has introduced the possibility for employers to terminate employees who reach the age of retirement pension entitlement, 65.
Envoy Global, Inc.
Nationwide, minimum wage levels have increased to EUR 623 per month in 2021.
lus Laboris
The 'core' of Slovak law that will always apply to employment conditions, regardless of the length of posting, was expanded. However, the application of more favorable employment conditions...
lus Laboris
On 1 November 2020, the Slovak Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs, and Family introduced details of an extended state aid package ‘First Aid +' to mitigate the consequences...
lus Laboris
Slovakia will increase the minimum wage in 2021 and introduce new rates for night and weekend work, as well as work performed outside a contractual employment relationship.
lus Laboris
Employers and the self-employed in Slovakia will be able to draw aid from the state until September. The minimum monthly wage for 2021 should be EUR 620.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
In response to the coronavirus crisis, which is seriously impacting the Slovak economy, the Government of Slovakia ...
Kinstellar
This article has been prepared by Kinstellar's team in Bratislava based on frequently asked client questions and contains key legal recommendations for employers in Slovakia regarding the spread...
lus Laboris
Employment law developments in Slovakia in 2020 will include an increase in the minimum wage, longer holidays for younger workers and the introduction of vouchers to support employee's...
lus Laboris
The Slovak Labour Code has introduced a new entitlement to at least five weeks' leave for employees under 33 who take permanent care of a child, but what does ‘permanent childcare'...
Kinstellar
Recently approved amendments to the Slovak Labour Code and Employment Services Act impose new obligations on employers in Slovakia as of January 2019.
Kinstellar
May 2018 – From 1 May 2018, employers in Slovakia must comply with the following important new rules:
Kinstellar
If your company publicly advertises available job positions or considers the employment of non-EU nationals in Slovakia, the below overview may be helpful.
Kinstellar
Slovakia's shortage of qualified labour is currently one of the country's more serious economic issues.
TMF Group BV
Correctly identifying or balancing leave entitlements in Slovakia can be a complicated process, particularly for employers who are unfamiliar with local legislation.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
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.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Slovakia enacted a law relating to whistleblowing and ethical hotline policies at the beginning of this year which comes into effect on 30th June.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
So far, in Slovakia there has not been in force any regulation specifically addressing whistleblowing situations in which employees report wrongdoings, such as the commission of a crime which they learnt about in connection with the performance of their employment, work or function.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
A substantial amendment of the Slovak Labour Code, Act No. 311/2001 Coll., (the "Amendment"), the second in less than two years, will come into force on 1 January 2013.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
Substantial changes to the Slovak Labour Code, effective from 1 September 2011, have considerably strengthened employers’ power.
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