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BYOD – Labour Law Aspects
BYOD brings a lot of advantages for both employers and employees. However, there are several labour law issues that need to be considered before implementing this new trend.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Comeback Of The Bonus-Malus System In Austrian Labour Law
In 2009, Austria scrapped the "Bonus-Malus System" for employing or terminating employment relationships involving persons older than 50 as part of its response to the financial crisis.
Austria
15 Jan 2014
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New Law On Hiring-Out Of Labour
Based on directive 2008/104/EC, the Austrian hiring-out of labour law will be amended (RV 1903 dB. XXIV. GP).
Austria
28 Jun 2013
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New Laws On Hiring-Out Of Labour
Based on directive 2008/104/EC, Austria's hiring-out of labour laws have been amended (BGBl 98/2012).
Austria
14 Jan 2013
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Full Transfer To The New Severance Pay System Is Still Available In 2013
Austria has two systems of statutory severance payments. Generally, one applies to employment contracts that started before 2003, while the other is relevant for contracts that started after 2002.
Austria
11 Jan 2013
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Do Bonus Agreements Require A Shop Agreement?
With the amendment of the Austrian Labour Constitution Act (Arbeitsverfassungsrecht; ArbVG), put into force on 1 January 2011, the Austrian legislator reacted to a highly controversial decision of the Austrian Supreme Court (Oberster Gerichtshof; OGH).
Austria
20 Sep 2012
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To Transfer Or Not To Transfer: That Is The Question
Austria has two systems of statutory severance payments.
Austria
11 Jul 2012
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Employment Market To Open On 1 May 2011
Transnational provisions currently allowing Austria to protect its employment market from nationals of countries which joined the EU in 2004 will partly expire at the end of April 2011.
Austria
14 Apr 2011
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Bankers' Bonuses
In autumn 2010 the draft of the amended Austrian Banking Act (Bankwesengesetz; BWG) announced restrictions of the variable remuneration policy of credit institutions, irrespective of general rules of civil and employment law.
Austria
20 Feb 2011
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Disability-based Harassment by Co-workers
The Austrian Supreme Court has held that employees who are discriminated against because of a disability may claim damages from the abusing co-worker under the Employment of Disabled Persons Act (Behinderteneinstellungsgesetz; BEinstG), even if the colleagues do not work in the same hierarchical structure.
Austria
12 Jul 2010
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Publication Of Shop Agreements
Pursuant to Section 30(1) of the Austrian Labour Constitution Act (Arbeitsverfassungsgesetz), the business owner or the works council is required to make shop agreements available for inspection or post them in a visible location to which all employees have access.
Austria
19 Feb 2010
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