Recording of working time, home-working and the burden of proof – a lethal mix?

Following the ECJ ruling of 14 May 2019 on workers’ fundamental right to limitation of working hours and employers' obligation to ensure proper recording and measurement of working time (case C-55/18), there has been a first Court of Appeal ruling in Belgium.

03 September 2020

Försäkringskassan (“Swedish Insurance Agency”) dismissed employee due to actions of employee’s younger brother

The employee who was terminated had previously worked five years at Arbetsförmedlingen (“Swedish Employment Agency”), and was offered employment at Försäkringskassan after interviews, tests and in competition with 200 other applicants. An employment agreement ...

18 August 2020

The quiet hive of activity: the Supreme Court in lockdown

Given everything else going in the UK, employers could be forgiven for missing a quiet hive of activity in the UK's Supreme Court. The Court has been busy hearing key cases with potentially wide-reaching implications for employers.

05 August 2020

Sweden: did Stockholm hospital "Södersjukhuset" discriminate against a transgender person?

This new law suit concerns the changing facilities for a transgender person, and whether the hospital acted correctly when asking her to change in a toilet instead of the female changing room.

05 June 2020

Latest Employment Law case updates - Frontline Edition 2 2020

Case updates and legal updates - Frontline edition 2 2019

28 February 2020