CMS On your radar - June 2017

Key em­ploy­ment is­sues across Europe and bey­ond

The international CMS employment group is delighted to share our new On Your Radar publication to keep you up to date with the key employment and labour developments that matter across Europe and beyond. Our easy to read guide provides our expert analysis and action points to deal with these developments in the countries listed below.

Austria | Introduction of a new Act against Wage and Social Dumping
Belgium | A new Act on Feasible and Flexible Work (FFW), allowing for more modern work environments which are adapted to new technologies
China | A new work permit application system for foreign workers
Croatia | A new attempt to stimulate employment
Czech Republic | Amendments to legislation related to posted workers
France | The Sapin II Act, which requires large companies to take measures to prevent and detect corrupt practices
Germany | Amendment of the Maternity Protection Act
Luxembourg | Reform of the organisation of working time
Netherlands | Amendment of the Working Conditions Act related to health services
Poland | The introduction of draft legislation to changes regulation of temporary employment
Portugal | New measure to encourage jobseekers into employment, including professional training for the unemployed
Russia | Case law developments in the Russian courts regarding the extension of fixed-term employment contracts
Slovakia | Amendment of the Labour Code, impacting holidays for retail workers
Spain | A Spanish Supreme Court judgment updating the scope of record keeping requirements to demonstrate compliance with working time regulation
Turkey | New incentives for employers employing registered unemployed workers
UK | Brexit and the impact for UK employers on employment of EU nationals now that Article 50 has been triggered
Ukraine | Recent increase of the minimum wage to and significant increase in financial penalties for payroll breaches

Our CMS employment law specialists are happy to assist you in answering any questions you may have.

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CMS On your radar June 2017
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