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Works Council Elections 2018 – Mistakes Can Be Costly For Employers
Works council elections are generally held every four years, from March 1 through May 31. The
Germany
16 Nov 2017
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How To Make Employers Unhappy
Subject to certain conditions, German employment law entitles employees to unilaterally demand a reduction in working time from their employers.
Germany
28 Mar 2017
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Avoiding Data-Protection Pitfalls
E-mail and Internet in the workplace: crystal-clear rules are needed to handle an area strewn with stumbling blocks
Germany
27 Jun 2016
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Email And Internet In The Workplace—Guidelines From The German Data Protection Conference
The conference of the independent federal and state data protection authorities in Germany has published guidelines for employers on the limits of control of email and other Internet services in the workplace on January 27, 2016.
Germany
11 Mar 2016
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Legislative Proposal Regarding The Alteration Of The German Employee Leasing Act
On November 16, 2015, the Federal Ministry for Labor and Social Affairs has issued the long-awaited legislative proposal regarding the alteration of the German Employee Leasing Act.
Germany
25 Nov 2015
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Entwurf eines Gesetzes zur Änderung des AÜG
Am 16. November 2015 hat das Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales den lange erwarteten Gesetzentwurf zur Änderung des Arbeitnehmerüberlassungsgesetzes vorgelegt.
Germany
25 Nov 2015
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Redefining Data Protection? Court Of Justice Of The European Union Strikes Down The Commissions "Safe Harbor" Decision
In its judgment of 6 October 2015 (C-362/14), the Court of Justice of the European Union held that transfers of personal data of European citizens to the United States made under the so-called Safe Harbor scheme are subject to significant risks, and declared the corresponding decision of the European Commission to be invalid.
Germany
9 Oct 2015
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Court Of Justice Of The European Union Holds That "Safe Harbor" Decision Of European Commission Is Invalid
In its judgment of October 6, 2015 (Case C-362/14) the Court of Justice of the European Union held that transfers of personal data of European citizens to the United States made under the so-called Safe Harbor scheme are subject to significant risks, and declared the corresponding decision of the European Commission to be invalid.
European Union
9 Oct 2015
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Germany Introduces Rules on Female Quota for Supervisory Boards
Germany introduces a statutory minimum quota for female representatives on supervisory boards of co-determined (50/50), listed companies.
Germany
16 Mar 2015
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Die wesentlichen Fragen zum gesetzlichen Mindestlohn als One-Pager
Am 1. Januar 2015 tritt das Mindestlohngesetz (MiLoG) in Kraft.
Germany
29 Jan 2015
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Works Council Elections March Through May 2014 – Mistakes Can Be Costly For Employers
Works council elections are generally held every four years, from March 1 through May 31.
Germany
22 Jan 2014
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German Legislator Decides To Cap Bonuses For Bank Staff – CRD IV Implementation Act Adopted
On July 5, 2013, the German Federal Council (Bundesrat) decided to raise no objection against the CRD IV Implementation Act passed by the German Federal Parliament (Bundestag) on June 27, 2013.
Germany
13 Aug 2013
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