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An employee could not be considered as an employee within the meaning of the Danish Salaried Employees Act and was therefore not entitled to salary during the notice period, compensation for having no employment ...
Analysis of the EU CoC and how it is due to change in the future.
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 ...
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.
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.
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' ...
Latest Employment Law case updates - Edition 7 2019
On 14 May 2019 the ECJ issued an incredibly important judgment by way of preliminary ruling in the 'working time recording' case.
Our Nordic employment team gives a brief overview of the employer's obligation to negotiate in Denmark, Finland and Sweden.