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Constant reachability in has become somewhat of an expectation in today's working world. Many employers expect to be able to get hold of their staff at any time, whether they are working or not.
More than half of Belgium's working population has experienced a workplace absence of one month or longer.
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.
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 ...
On Monday 9 November 2020, the Swedish government announced new proposals for an extension of the financial support for companies affected by the Covid-19 crisis.
At present, the unemployment rate in Germany is at its lowest rate in decades. However, this positive development also poses a challenge of how to recruit a suitable number of skilled workers for the German labour ...
The German Law for the Protection of Trade Secrets (Gesetz zum Schutz von Geschäftsgeheimnissen, "GeschGehG") came into force on 26 April 2019, following considerable delay. This article details action points from an ...