Newsletter January, 2021
- The German Federal Labour Court (No. 9 AZR 102/201, 1 December 2020) re-classified the crowdworker as an employee
- It determined also that for remuneration purposes, the company shall not be bound by pre-established fees that the worker received as a self-employed worker.
Newsletter November, 2020
- The Employment Court examined the terms of the Service Agreement, the intention of the parties and the relationship operated in practice.
- It ruled against the classification of the complainant as an employee of Uber
- On 5 October 2020, the Indonesian Parliament adopted the “Omnibus Bill on Job Creation” to favour investments and positively impact employment in the country.
- The labour law component of the Bill introduces important changes for employers on minimum wages, outsourcing and temporary contracts, severance payment, unemployment and other matters.
Newsletter September, 2020
- This case requires employment contracts and/or bonus plans to be extremely clear when it comes to employees’ participation in bonus plans.
- This has important repercussions for employers and requires an in-depth analysis on employment contracts.
- 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
Newsletter August, 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.
- New rules are adopted to make the Danish job sharing scheme more flexible
- The regulation was followed by local and/or sectoral agreements
- 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