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GTG Advocates
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority ("EIOPA") has issued a statement on principles to mitigate the impact of Coronavirus/COVID-19 on the occupational pensions sector.
Malta
GTG Advocates
Following the issue of a consultation document on the proposed amendments to the Retirement Pensions Act and on the amendments to the Pension Rules...
CSB Group
The term Notice Period implies the time period between the receipt of resignation/ termination from employment and the last working day.
GTG Advocates
As COVID-19 related restrictive measures are being lifted and employees start returning to work from the office premises, employers may be considering introducing certain COVID-19 related measures...
GTG Advocates
The Maltese Government has recently issued the ‘Posting of Workers in Malta (Amendment) Regulations, 2020' which is scheduled to come into force on the 30th of July 2020.
Mamo TCV Advocates
In a judgment delivered on the 30th September 2020, the Court of Appeal confirmed a decision of the Industrial Tribunal which had found that the relationship between the applicant and the defendant company was not one of employment.
GVZH Advocates
Maltese Legislation does not impose an obligation on the Industrial Tribunal to include its reasoning for why a certain decision was taken and why damages were liquidated at a certain amount.
GVZH Advocates
When terminating on grounds of redundancy, Maltese law states that an employer must always follow the last in, first out rule. Thus, the last person engaged within a class of employees affected ...
GVZH Advocates
The concept of Single Source of Employment is intimately linked with the notion of "equal pay for equal work", a notion which is not only enshrined in our Constitution and which guarantees the...
GVZH Advocates
The concept of Single Source of Employment is intimately linked with the notion of "equal pay for equal work".
CSB Group
The term Collective Redundancy implies the termination of employment by the employer on grounds of redundancy. In simpler terms – the termination of employment due to lack of work...
CSB Group
Local employers are empowered to legally terminate their employees' employment during the probation period need or necessity to provide a reason to justify such dismissal.
WH Partners
The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed remote working arrangements for employees onto businesses which may not have ever considered such arrangements before COVID-19
Camilleri Preziosi Advocates
Following an announcement by the Commissioner for Revenue ("CfR") on the 10th of August 2020, taxpayers have been notified that the FSS forms have been updated to align such with the changes
WH Partners
Maltese law allows employers to legally dismiss an employee during the probation period without giving a reason for such dismissal. Nevertheless, in terms of S.L. 452.91
GVZH Advocates
As Maltese legislation currently stands, in terms of Subsidiary Legislation 217.05, employment licences are required in respect of persons who enjoy long-term residence status.
WH Partners
On the 26th of June 2020, the Government of Malta issued Legal Notice 262 of 2020, entitled the Posting of Workers in Malta (Amendment) Regulations, 2020, which regulations shall come into...
Mamo TCV Advocates
In a judgment delivered on the 1st July 2020 (case number 83/2019LM), the Court of Appeal considered the requirements of constructive dismissal.
GVZH Advocates
The wage supplement scheme introduced by the Maltese government in March categorised businesses into Annex A and Annex B according to their NACE code.
Fenech & Fenech Advocates
On 4 March 2020, prior to the Maltese courts' closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Court of Magistrates decided a case wherein an employer claimed that a former employee had abandoned work...
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