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KPMG Cyprus
Transformation of the existing Fast Track Business Activation Mechanism into a Business Facilitation Unit operating or expressing interest to operate in Cyprus.
Denmark
lus Laboris
From 1 January 2022, Denmark has introduced an explicit ban on discrimination on the grounds of gender identity, gender expression and gender characteristics.
Norrbom Vinding
According to the Act on Fixed-Term Employment and the underlying EU Directive, successive renewals of fixed-term employment contracts are, as a general rule, only lawful if such renewal is based on objective conditions.
Norrbom Vinding
The ECJ has recently ruled in two new cases on the framework for banning the wearing of religious signs at the workplace.
Norrbom Vinding
The Supreme Court recently upheld a high court judgment, establishing that it was okay to summarily dismiss an employee who refused to participate in a sickness absence interview.
Germany
Littler Mendelson
The option of working from home or on the road has been part of everyday working life for many employees since the beginning of the pandemic.
Mayer Brown
Besprechung von LAG Hessen Urt. v. 25.6.2021 – 14 Sa 1225/20, NZA-RR 2021, 598 Eine aufsehenerregende Entscheidung des LAG Hessen aus dem Sommer 2021 erhöht...
Envoy Global, Inc.
The annual gross salary requirement for an EU Blue Card holder working in Germany will be EUR 56,400 for 2022
Guernsey
Collas Crill
As we enter the third year of the coronavirus pandemic, many employees have found themselves working from home once again. For some, this will be a short-term measure while infection rates remain high.
Ireland
Flynn O'Driscoll
The Revised Work Safely Protocol was published on Friday the 22nd of October and includes an updated guidance note which was issued by the Labour Employer Economic Forum on the 20th of October last.
Walkers
Employees are entitled to a variety of caring and family-related leave under Irish law
UK
Gowling WLG
In this article, we highlight some technical tax-related developments that will be of interest and concern to employers with trust-based employee benefit arrangements.
Wrigleys Solicitors
In some cases, delaying legal proceedings to pursue a grievance process will mean it is just and equitable to extend time.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
It's the start of another year and thoughts naturally turn to the new challenges and adventures that lie ahead – including in the world of work.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Welcome to our Employment Case Law Review of 2021. Last year saw a flurry of important and long-awaited employment law decisions in the Supreme Court.
BLM
As some companies set out their plans to cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff, Julian Cox, Head of Employment Law at BLM sets out the legal position:
lus Laboris
The UK Trades Union Congress has called for trade unions to have a digital right of access to platform and gig economy workers and for the introduction of sectoral collective bargaining.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Welcome to Wrigleys' Employment Law Bulletin, November 2021. Times continue to be testing for employers, particularly in the charity and education sectors.
Giambrone & Partners
Companies and their HR departments would be wise to introduce an on-going training programme aimed at ensuring that their managers and wider staff do not compromise the...
lus Laboris
What economic and health measures introduced by governments in response to Covid-19 have been the most successful? Join this interview with Bettina Schaller...
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