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Labour and Employment Comparative Guide
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Germany, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Germany
 
11 Sep 2019
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Exclusion Of Fixed-Term Employees From A Remuneration Supplementation Violates EU Law
The prohibition of discrimination against fixed-term employees has already been the subject of a large number of decisions by both the ECJ and the BAG [German Federal Labor Court
Germany
5 Sep 2019
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Lump Sum Remuneration For Overtime Based On A (General) Works Agreement
The plaintiff is a union secretary at the ver.di trade union.
Germany
5 Sep 2019
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Caution Required For Employers: No Expiry Of Unreduced Vacation Entitlements During Parental Leave
The employer may reduce the vacation entitlement of a worker on parental leave by one twelfth for each full calendar month.
Germany
5 Sep 2019
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Surviving Dependants' Pensions – So-Called Late Marriage Clauses May Be Discriminating, Depending On Their Design
So-called "late marriage clauses" in surviving dependants' pension commitments may constitute an unjustified age discrimination and can therefore be ineffective
Germany
15 Aug 2019
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German Federal Labor Court: Orientation Internship Of Up To Three Months Without Minimum Wage May Be Completed During Different Periods
The plaintiff and the defendant, who operates a horse-riding facility, agreed on a three-month internship for career orientation (professional horse farmer; Pferdewirt).
Germany
12 Jul 2019
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No Statutory Leave Entitlement For Unpaid Special Leave
The FOPH has changed its previous case law on the accrual of the statutory leave entitlement in the granting of unpaid special leave. An employee who is continuously on unpaid special leave
Germany
26 Jun 2019
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Leave Reduction During Parental Leave Period Not In Breach Of European Law
The statutory leave entitlement according to Sec. 1, 3 Federal Leave Act (BUrlG) also exists for the period of parental leave, but may be reduced by the employer pursuant to Sec.
European Union
21 Jun 2019
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European Court Of Justice (ECJ): Member States Must Require Employers To Systematically Record Working Hours
Spanish working time law only requires that employers systematically measure their employees' working hours in case of overtime.
Germany
21 Jun 2019
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