WEBINAR DETAILS
Date: 1 October 2020
Time: 12:00 PM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION

Germany: Reshape Your Work Force - How to Use The COVID-19 Crisis For a Better Future

Germany's labour market has not been dramatically affected by the COVID-19 crisis so far. Many companies could switch to remote work and government subsidy programs and costs saving measures are still preventing the worst from happening. However, while government support is running out soon, the world economy has not recovered and many expect the worst yet to come. How can employers not only prepare for that, but even take advantage of the crisis to reshape their work force so they will come back from it even stronger and more sustainable than before? Dietmar Müller-Boruttau and Daniel Hund will give advice on legal issues related to long-term remote work, work force restructurings and other HR-related cost saving measures. Moreover they will share their best practices in handling relevant players, such as unions, works councils, labour courts and using legal tools to achieve the best possible results in practice.
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SPEAKERS
Dr. Dietmar Müller-Boruttau
Dr Dietmar Müller-Boruttau is Partner and licensed specialist for labour law at BEITEN BURKHARDT‘s Berlin office and member of the Labour & Employment law practice group. He specialises in legal advice for listed companies, in particular on collective issues and corporate acquisitions. His sectoral focus lies on mental and healthcare as well as banking and insurance fields. Besides providing continuous legal advice for companies, his activities focus on restructuring, including legal defence of the same, performance of due diligences for purchasers and vendors as well as legal representation in model case and sensitive proceedings up to the Federal Labour Court.
Dr. Daniel Hund
Dr Daniel Hund is Partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT‘s Munich office, member of the Labour & Employment Law practice group and key contact of the Employment Law Alliance (ELA) for Germany. He advises both national and international corporations on European and German labour and employment law. After having worked as a banker for several years, he studied law at the University of Heidelberg and New York University. As an expert in international labour and employment law and licensed specialist for labour law, he represents clients in litigation and arbitration proceedings nationwide. Furthermore he defends employers against actions of employees, especially anti-dismissal and employment discrimination actions.
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