A government-established committee proposes changes in the whistle-blowing legislation.
The establishment of the existence of a compelling reason does not mean that the dismissal is due to serious imputable acts or omissions on the part of the employee.
The employer has breached the reinstatement obligation.
The new law of 8th April 2018 aims to make numerous amendments to the Labour Code in order to improve the protection of the rights of employees and the effectiveness of employment measures.
Court of Cassation confirmed that the company is legitimate to carry out investigations on employees only if they do not result in monitoring the employees’ performance of working activity.
Court of Turin rejected the appeal brought by six Foodora riders against the most famous German food delivery company, Foodora.
The maximum limit of gratuity payable to employees has been increased to INR 20,00,000 (Indian Rupees Twenty Lakhs) from INR 10,00,000 (Indian Rupees Ten Lakhs) in the private sector in order to bring them at par with some of the Central Government employees.
The Federal Labour Court ruled that if it is possible to assign a different contractual activity, an employer cannot refuse to fulfil its obligation to employ an employee in a specific role under a final court judgment by arguing that such original role has been eliminated.
The Federal Labour Court ruled that the conclusion of a termination agreement with a works council member, which includes a severance payment, does not generally constitute prohibited favouritism even where the employer had originally intended to terminate the works council member’s employment for cause due to serious misconduct.
The Macron ordinances of September 23, 2017, which reform many areas of French labor law, only had until now a regulatory value. Since March 31, 2018, they have become part of the Labor Code and have acquired the status of law. Among the flagship measures are the increased importance of collective bargaining at a company level, the recourse to the collective mutually agreed terminations and the establishment of the CSE, the new and simplified staff representation body.