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Following the example set by Inditex (which houses the well known Zara brand), H&M, Tchibo, and Asos, this summer clothing brands Mango and Esprit concluded global agreements that guarantee ILO...

On 29 August, the European Parliament Employment Commission debated a draft EU directive on transparent and predictable working conditions (see previous EELA post here, the goal of which is twofold,...

The European Parliament Employment and Social Affairs Commission has shown itself to be actively ready to enter into negotiations with EU governments on the draft directive addressing work-life balance.

Two years of negotiations were needed before the EU Council of Ministers and European Parliament could secure this directive that amends the previous ‘unassailable’ 1996 directive (Directive 96/71), which had...

Under a compromised agreed this week by labour ministers that met at the Council of the EU in Luxembourg, the right to 10 days of paid paternity leave will be...

The Council of the European Union has struck an agreement in principle over a proposed directive on “transparent and predictable working conditions”, which aims first and foremost to lay the...

City: Brussels (MCE - Management Center Europe)Date: 16 November 2018 (10:00-16:00) Language: English Objective The EELA-ERA annual seminar in Brussels aims to provide participants with an update on the most...

After two weeks of negotiations, which took place between 28 May and 8 June in Geneva, state representatives, employers and trade unions decided to continue discussions with a view to...

Some may see this as a radical change in opinion while others may view it as the CJEU bringing greater clarity in response to requests by Spain’s courts that are...

Two cases before the CJEU addressed the German legal provision, which intends that only workers who at the end of an employment reference period have already requested the right to...

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