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Significant amendments to the Employment Act ("EA") will take effect from 1 April 2019.
We examine some of the illustrations proffered in the guidelines and highlight the challenges for HR in actual termination scenarios.
According to the Danish Supreme Court, the employer could not in this specific case deduct the missing sick pay reimbursement from the employee's salary, because the employees' actions were not actionable (enough).
Although the salaried employee's notice of termination was extended by two months, The High Court of Western Denmark in its judgment of 28 June 2019 ruled that a salaried employee could not claim additional 2 months' ...
An employee received a tax claim for an otherwise tax-free travel allowance due to the reason that the employer, according to SKAT, had failed to fulfill its control obligations.
On 20 February 2019, a new bill was filed proposing a scheme whereby certain existing rights are continued regardless of whether or not a UK-EU withdrawal agreement is concluded.
The European Parliament and the European Council have approved the final wording for a new directive that i.a. ensures earmarked parental leave for men.
The aim of this article is to give a general introduction to the changes and obligations which the implementation of the new Danish Holiday Act will produce.
In a new ruling of 4 September 2019, the Danish Labour Court held that it could not be considered as a transfer of an undertaking in the concrete situation as the transfer did not comprise a "substantial part" of the ...
According to the Supreme Court, the summary dismissal was unjustified because the throwing of the computer mouse could not be considered as a sufficient serious breach of the employment to substantiate a summary ...