EELA Conference Zurich,
Switzerland 8 - 10 June 2017

After our successful conference in Prague, we are now getting prepared for Zurich. We kindly invite you to make proposals for topics by 15 July 2016.

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EELA Communication
06 Jun 2016 in EELA Communication

EELA Zurich - Call for topics

After our successful conference in Prague, we are now getting prepared for Zurich. The conference will take place from 8 to 10 June 2017 and the conference website will go...

11 May 2016 in EELA Communication

4th EELA-ERA Annual seminar on European Labour Law 2016

The 2016 EELA-ERA annual seminar will be held in Brussels on 18 November 2016.

14 Apr 2016 in EELA Communication

EELA 2016 Conference

It’s hard to believe that this year’s EELA 2016 Conference will begin in just two months! We are getting very excited to welcoming you all here to Prague, and working...

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News
09 Aug 2016 in National Rubrique

Courts cannot weigh in on redundancy’s expedience, because this is competence of the employer not the courts

The Supreme Court of Lithuania recently affirmed that the courts have no competence to assess whether an employer’s decision to restructure and make staff redundant has been expedient and reasonable, owing to the fact the employer on its own decides which position is necessary and which is not.

27 Jul 2016 in National Rubrique

ONLINE RESIGNATION: WHAT HAS CHANGED

New rules on resignation

13 Jul 2016 in Planet Labor

ECJ advocate general Sharpston invites the court to adopt a very narrow position over banning the wearing of an Islamic headscarf

On 13 July, in an opinion delivered concerning a French case, the Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston invited the ECJ to rule that the ban by an employer on its employee from wearing an Islamic headscarf constituted unlawful discrimination and could only be justified under certain restricted circumstances (occupational health and safety issues for example). This is not the case here where the ban corresponded to a client’s request not to receive the IT consultancy company’s services from women wearing headscarves. The advocate general did not see the employer’s business interest as being sufficient grounds for this type of discrimination.

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New website

Dear EELA member,

Welcome to our new website! We have added new functionalities to make it easier for you to navigate, especially on mobile devices. Please take a look at the News section, which now includes more employment law related updates and alerts, thanks to our recent partnership with the Planet Labor press agency. Subjects cover recent developments at EU level (projects of the EU Commission, EU legislation and key EUCJ decisions), national reforms and noteworthy employment relations initiatives in Europe and worldwide. You will also receive these alerts via email as part of your membership. This new partnership replaces the one with the EELC magazine to which you can now subscribe independently. We also encourage you to share your own knowledge by posting your contributions, which will appear in the News section as well.

As we want this new web site experience to be as interactive as possible, please feel free to provide us with your comments. They are important for us to understand your needs and expectations.

Toumieux ClaireBest regards,
Claire Toumieux
Chair

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