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Florian Hörmann

Associate

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Gauermanngasse 2
1010 Vienna
Austria
Languages German, English

Field of activity

Florian Hörmann works as an associate primarily in the field of employment law.

Previous professional experience / training

Florian Hörmann has been an associate at CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz in Vienna since July 2019. He studied law at the University of Vienna and was awarded the Heinrich Klang Prize for his academic achievements. For his doctoral thesis on part-time discrimination in collective agreements he was awarded the Hans Schmitz Society Prize. Before joining CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz, he worked as a university assistant at the Institute for Employment and Social Security Law at the University of Vienna.

Publications

Florian Hörmann is the author of numerous publications on Employment and Social Security Law.

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Publications

Here you can find the German publications of Florian Hörmann.

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Education

  • 2019 – Doctoral degree in law, University of Vienna
  • 2014 – Master’s degree in law, University of Vienna
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01 April 2021
Work­ing from Home Le­gis­lat­ive Pack­age: What pro­vi­sions for work­ing from...
Videos & au­dio re­cord­ings around the top­ic of home of­fice and labor law!
16 March 2021
Short-Time Work Phase 4
What are the con­di­tions for the newly ex­ten­ded corona short-time work?
17/02/2021
Work­ing from Home Act (Homeof­fice-Ge­setz)
Work­ing from home (known in Ger­man as “homeof­fice”) has be­come in­creas­ingly im­port­ant dur­ing the COV­ID-19 pan­dem­ic. The draft of the pre­vi­ously an­nounced new leg­al reg­u­la­tion on re­mote work­ing is...
17/11/2020
Short-time work in lock­down
Corona short-time work has been ex­ten­ded from 1.10.2020 to 31.3.2021 ("phase 3 short-time work"). Due to the new pro­tect­ive meas­ures (the “new lock­down”) against the spread of COV­ID-19, the so­cial...
30/07/2020
CMS em­ploy­ment law team pub­lishes a num­ber of new leg­al titles on cur­rent...
From the Corona Hand­book, through a de­tailed ana­lys­is of part-time dis­crim­in­a­tion in col­lect­ive agree­ments, to a prac­tic­al com­ment­ary on the pro­ced­ur­al law of the la­bour and so­cial courts (ASGG): the...
21/73/2020
Book Pub­lic­a­tion by Manz
In his book  Dis­crim­in­a­tion against Part-Time Work­ers in Col­lect­ive Agree­ments (Teilzeit­diskrimin­ier­ung in Kollekt­iv­ver­trä­gen), Flori­an Hör­mann (CMS Vi­enna) ex­am­ines part-time work. Des­pite part-time...
26/03/2020
Cov­id-19 and la­bour law: op­por­tun­it­ies bey­ond short-time work
Com­pan­ies are meet­ing the cur­rent eco­nom­ic chal­lenges in a vari­ety of ways. In some cases, work is be­ing re­or­gan­ized in such a way that work is in­creas­ingly or ex­clus­ively car­ried out from home [Read...
28/07/2020
Short-time work, tail­or-made
Short-time work in Aus­tria - What is pos­sible for com­pan­ies and em­ploy­ers in the cur­rent situ­ation? Cur­rent de­vel­op­ments af­fect com­pan­ies in a vari­ety of ways and to vary­ing de­grees. The re­spect­ive eco­nom­ic...
18 March 2020
UP­DATE: Em­ploy­ment Law Pack "Coronavir­us"
1. Which busi­nesses need to close, and which may con­tin­ue to op­er­ate as nor­mal?  On Sunday, 15 March 2020, the Aus­tri­an Fed­er­al Act re­lat­ing to Pro­vi­sion­al Meas­ures for Pre­vent­ing the Spread of COV­ID-19...
16/03/2020
UP­DATE: Em­ploy­ment Law Pack "Coronavir­us"
1. Which busi­nesses need to close, and which may con­tin­ue to op­er­ate as nor­mal?  On Sunday, 15 March 2020, the Aus­tri­an Fed­er­al Act re­lat­ing to Pro­vi­sion­al Meas­ures for Pre­vent­ing the Spread of COV­ID-19...
16 March 2020
Coronavir­us: Ques­tions and an­swers re­lated to la­bour law
The spread of the coronavir­us (Cov­id-19) in Aus­tria is con­tinu­ing and the ac­tion be­ing taken by the gov­ern­ment to con­tain it are hav­ing an in­creas­ingly drastic ef­fect on work­ing life and, con­sequently...
14/03/2020
Coronavir­us: UP­DATE Work­ing hours and tele­work­ing
The gov­ern­ment has just urged com­pan­ies to en­able fe­male work­ers to tele­work where pos­sible. In the fol­low­ing, we would like to present the most im­port­ant leg­al frame­work for tele­work­ing: Work­ing hours...