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Newsletter September, 2020

Senegal: Senegal: Employers participate in the country's economic reconstruction

September, 2020
  • The Government of Senegal adopted specific measures concerning individual dismissals during the pandemic
  • The most representative employers' organisaiton, CNP, played a key role in the management of the crisis
  • CNP is presenting key proposal for the economic recovery 

Employment Protection Legislation in comparison: Chapter 3 of OECD Employment Outlook 2020

September, 2020
  • The OECD Employment Protection Legislation is a publication to be commended. 
  • Chapter 3 elaborates on how job protection matters for labour market and economic outcomes with a recently updated methodology and indicators. 
  • One key outcome: open-ended contracts have loosened, while fixed term contracts have been evenly loosened and restricted across OECD member countries. 
  • Chapter 3 outcomes are key for employers’ organisations and companies when advocating for policies in support of innovation, agility of the labour market, and productivity.   
Newsletter August, 2020

Denmark: change in legislation makes the job sharing scheme more flexible

August, 2020
  • New rules are adopted to make the Danish job sharing scheme more flexible
  • The regulation was followed by local and/or sectoral agreements  

Kazakhstan new Law on employment contract and dismissals

August, 2020
  • The law “On Amendments and Additions to Some Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Labor Issues”, was adopted in Kazakhstan on 4 May 2020
  • It had multiple repercussions on employers
Newsletter July, 2020

Canada: important Ontario Court of Appeal Decision on termination of employment

July, 2020
  • Termination of employment clauses in Ontario must be read as a whole and be overall in line with employment regulation, even if they are contained in separate provisions.  
Newsletter May, 2020

New Law Bans Dismissals for Economic Reasons in Argentina, Italy and Spain

May, 2020
  • Governments of Argentina, Italy and Spain enacted a law to ban dismissals to avoid lay off procedures.
  • Employers’ organisations in those countries strongly reacted against this measure.

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