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The European Commission just published guidelines on the restrictions of the free movement principles in the context of the current COVID-19 crisis. Based on overriding public security and public health grounds, many ...
On 14 March 2020, the Spanish Government formally declared the "state of alarm", which implies amongst other measures the limitation of citizens' circulation rights and general closure of retail commerce.
As a consequence of the covid-19 situation and in light of emerging new virus mutations which may entail increased dissemination, the government has decided to make it a requirement for employers engaging labour force ...
Sweden’s new pandemic legislation explained
In Sweden, employers should already now consider that some of their employees will be unwilling to vaccinate, and plan accordingly.
Sexual harassment in the workplace is an ongoing issue for employers and despite the fact that some time has now passed since the ‘Me Too’ movement started, the spotlight on sexual harassment continues for employers in ...
On 7 October 2019, the EU Council of Ministers adopted a new whistleblower protection directive which obliges the member states to implement whistleblower rules which cover companies and public authorities and oblige ...
Summer 2021 edition - emerging from the chaos
The tide in the war against the pandemic, at least in the developed world, appears now to be turning as the levels of vaccinations start to surge.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for change. As businesses around the world continue to adjust to the new normal and keep abreast of the rapidly changing rules and operational capabilities, business leaders ...
In September 2018, employers and EU citizens welcomed the final report from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which sketched the outline of a future migration landscape for EU workers.