Tag: Germany

Swiss labour law

The Swiss, as we know, are the better Germans. Even more punctual, more efficient, but also able to adapt much… Read more »

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Dutch employment law

Interesting overview here on employment law in the Netherlands. Very similar to Germany, which shouldn’t come as a surprise. http://www.lexology.com/library/document.ashx?g=2e2380cb-c902-4c34-93f7-9685cd17d998

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Employment law in Germany

Very useful summary and overview: http://www.lexology.com/library/document.ashx?g=90602fb2-7f9b-449a-abeb-8903c94bcab5    

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The German Minimum Wage – 2

As previously blogged,  the German ‘Mindestlohngesetz’ came into force on 16 August 2014. It establishes a minimum wage of EURO… Read more »

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The German Minimum Wage

After a long time coming, Germany will finally get its first minimum wage legislation. The question whether it would cripple… Read more »

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No work – no holiday?

You would think so, but its not the case. Your leave entitlement accrues regardless whether you are working or not…. Read more »

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German Employment News

Not that much of interest here, except that Employment Law in Germany becomes increasingly complex with more and more overlays… Read more »

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Internal investigations in Germany – a guide

Another very useful and interesting resource by Hogan Lovells, covering the respective organisational steps, possible pitfalls and legislative background. Good.

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