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SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
The equal pay principle is not absolute, that means that there could be objective reasons which would justify the difference between the salaries.
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SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
In the previous articles on the lawful dismissal, we discussed that, ranging from the employee's behaviour to the employer's reorganization, there can be many legitimate reasons for dismissal by the employer.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
In our previous article we have examined the cases in which an employer may terminate the employment due to an employee's inappropriate behaviour or attitude.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
It is a misconception that the employer has nothing to do with the employee's life outside work.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Wrongful termination of an employment contract is the most common trigger for lawsuits arising out of labour relationships.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Un licenciement illégal est la cause la plus fréquente des contentieux devant les tribunaux de travail.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
Recently, more and more clients complain about employees who are resigning orally or without giving the necessary notice period.
SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
If you would like to fire an employee, but the conduct of the employee does not exceed a certain the limit that justifies extraordinary termination, the only way under Hungarian Labour law to dismiss him is the ordinary termination.
KCG Partners Law Firm
A bírói gyakorlatban ritkán fordul elő munkavállalói azonnali hatályú felmondással kapcsolatos jogvita és még ritkább az olyan eset, amikor a munkavállaló hivatkozik bizalomvesztésre.
Klart Szabo Legal
In its judgment released last week, the European Court of Human Rights have dealt with a case, when an employee was dismissed for using an instant messaging platform for personal means during working hours.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
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.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The new Hungarian Labour Code is expected to make the life of employers easier and the Hungarian labour market more competitive.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
A new Labour Code will enter into force in Hungary on 1 July 2012.
SZECSKAY - Attorneys at Law
In this article, we provide a brief overview of the ordinary termination of a non-executive employment agreement by the employer.
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