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A new Infectious Diseases Act (the "Act") came into force on 1 March 2017 in Finland. As a new obligation, Section 48 of the Act stipulates that specific employees and interns in the health care sector must have ...
In August 2017, the Finnish Supreme Court gave the ruling 2017:55 regarding an employer's obligation to offer work and provide training when a fixed-term contract expires.
The legislation regarding non-competition clauses in Finland is facing significant changes, with proposed amendments aiming to restrict the use of non-competition agreements. A Government draft bill suggests amending ...
Our Nordic employment team takes a look at the employer's right to manage work in Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Issues such as assigning/changing work tasks, place of work, supervision, working hours and more are ...
Our Nordic employment team gives a brief overview of the employer's obligation to negotiate in Denmark, Finland and Sweden.
In Sweden, Denmark as well as in Finland, an employee has a general duty of loyalty towards her/his employer. This means that the employee, among other things, must protect the employer's business information and ...
In Denmark, the various rules regarding discrimination are implemented on the basis of Directives from EU with the purpose to ensure, that all employees are treated equally in all aspects of the employment.
In Finland, Denmark and Sweden, the employer is responsible for their employees' work environment. What is the responsibility with respect to agency workers?
n 1 January 2017, amendments were made to the Swedish Discrimination Act (Sw. Diskrimineringslagen (2008:567) (the "Discrimination Act"). As of this date, employers and educational institutions will have a duty to take ...