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On 21 February, the French National Assembly adopted the law that seeks to oblige France’s largest companies to undertake due diligence in order to prevent human rights violations and environmental...

The report entitled, “Working anytime, anywhere: The effects on the world of work’, jointly authored by International Labour Organization (ILO) and the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working...

In line with the trend for greater demands as regards multinational responsibility, the OECD has over recent years increased the number of its guides, which are discussed between governments, unions...

Greek law states that in the absence of an agreement on a ‘social plan’ with the workers’ representatives employers can only undertake any collective redundancy procedures if the labor administration...

In a ruling delivered on 16 November 2016, the CJEU broadened the scope of application of Directive 2008/104 on temporary agency work to include a not-for-profit association that assigned health...

In her speech, the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, seemed to clearly indicate that the UK was heading for a “hard Brexit.

Transferring Visteon’s EWC to operate under British law has been one of the American global automotive electronics supplier’s longstanding goals (c.f. article No. 120351).

The State Labour Inspectorate of Lithuania (SLI) approved the procedure on the basis of which SLI inspectors will conduct inspections of economic entities to verify the reasonability of the posting of workers, i.e. to establish whether workers posted by companies may indeed be regarded as posted within the meaning of Directive 96/71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996 concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services and whether they may be entitled to benefits set out in the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Guarantees for Posted Workers.

On 25 October European parliamentarians overwhelmingly voted (569 for, 54 against) for a resolution inviting the EU Member States and the EU Commission to adopt regulations on corporate liability for...

On 25 October the European Commission presented its 2017 work programme ‘Delivering a Europe that protects, empowers and defends.’ In line with the philosophy underpinning previous work programmes the EU...

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