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As the benefits of increasing diversity across the workforce gain traction, some forward-thinking employers are starting to consider how to harness the talents of people who may be highly skilled or have a lot to offer, but find it hard to function well in traditional workplaces.
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This detailed report accurate at 31 August 2020, provides as state of play for employers in Belgium dealing with Covid-19 related employment issues, including temporary unemployment, allowances
Strelia
No doubt that this health crisis has impacted M&A deals: deals that have been signed tend to proceed to completion, but the interim period is likely to be extended in many cases, and deals...
Strelia
In Belgium, several legal measures were adopted with effect from 18 March 2020 to cope with the crisis caused by the Covid-19 virus.
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Days of temporary unemployment due to force majeure resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic are now taken into account for the calculation of holiday entitlement in Belgium.
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An amicable agreement between the Belgian and Luxembourg authorities on cross-border workers in the context of the fight against the spread of COVID-19 was signed on 19 May 2020.
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This article answers some of the most frequently asked questions about sickness absence and sick pay in the UK during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, including the rules on statutory sick pay (SSP)...
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With effect as of 13 March 2020, the regime of temporary unemployment due to force majeure has been extended and broadened.
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In principle, employers' supplements to temporarily unemployed workers are exempt from social security contributions as a supplement to a statutory social security benefit, namely unemployment benefits.
European Union
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The European Court of Justice case of CCOO v Deutsche Bank in the summer of 2019 made it clear that employers must have objective, reliable and accessible systems for recording and measuring the duration of time worked ...
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Luxembourg and Belgium have agreed to extend their coronavirus-related agreement on frontier workers until the end of 2020.
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From 15 June 2020, all travel within the EU's internal borders, the Schengen states or the United Kingdom is possible again.
Jones Day
In response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the EU, various Member States and the United Kingdom have adopted trade control measures aimed at avoiding shortages and ensuring the availability and ...
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
On May 8, 2020, the Commission published an important new communication aimed at relaxing State aid rules for COVID‑19‑related equity injections by States into non‑financial companies. While previous initiatives...
Worldwide
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Most people are ready to get back to work and ensure their businesses are back on the road, but the danger to health is still out there.
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The rules change frequently and so the Guide is regularly updated, with the date we last changed the text marked prominently at the head of each country section.
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This article originally published on LACCA website on 18 May 2020 provides guidance on the impact on travel, mobility and immigration in Venezuela and Chile.
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Many organisations are taking preventive measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, ranging from health and travel questionnaires to temperature measurement.
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Our members from across the world have put together a range of tools and resources to support their clients during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The coronavirus is spreading very fast, so we have been looking at the steps you can take to keep your employees and your business as safe as possible. Our Guide covers every one of the...
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