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This article covers frequently asked questions on employment issues during COVID-19 in Germany.
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Welcome to the fifth edition of Frontline Germany, a quarterly newsletter prepared by our team of employment law experts in Germany.
Constantin Eikel provides an update on the Implementation of the Trade Secrets Directive in Germany.
Frontline Germany - Employment Law Update
A posted worker is covered by the social security system of his workplace if he replaces another posted worker, even if those workers are not posted by the same employer.
In Germany, fixed-term employment is restricted by the Act on Part-time and Fixed-Term Employment (Teilzeit- und Befristungsgesetz – TzBfG – the 'Act').
Parliament has until the end of this year to amend the German Civil Status Act (the Act) to include reference to the third gender: 'divers'.