The Law of 4 June 2020 distinguishes between mandatory traineeships provided by a Luxembourg or foreign educational establishment (1) and practical traineeships undertaken in order to acquire professional experience (2). It also indicates the common provisions for both types of traineeships (3). 1. Mandatory traineeships provided by a Luxembourg or foreign educational establishment (art. L. […]
New indexation of wages, salaries and pensions as of 1 January 2020
The new statutory minimum wage for unqualified workers thus amounts to EUR 2,089.75
The draft bill no. 7399 was unanimously adopted on March 27, 2019. Therefore, from now on, May 9 will be a public holiday (11 public holidays in total) and the vacation days to be granted to the employees will be increased to 26 days per year, up from 25 days previously
The draft bill no. 7324 aiming to establish time saving accounts in the private sector has been put to the Chamber of Deputies’ vote on March 12, 2019, and is expected to enter into force in due course
Luxembourg courts tend to grant additional and higher damage amounts to employees in case of moral harassment
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The law dated 10 August 2018, published on 3 September 2018, introduces changes to the general election procedure for the staff delegation. This law enters into force on 1st February 2019
The law dated 1st August 2018 introduces a time saving account for the public sector. The law was published on 16 August 2018 and will enter into force on 1st October 2018
The law of 1st August 2018 has modified the amended law on complementary pension schemes of 8 June 1999 and will enter into force on 1st January 2019.