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On 21 December, the EU Commission presented a Directive proposal that would modernize Directive 91/533 requiring employers to provide employees with written communication on essential elements of employment contracts (the...

On 29 November, the CJEU ruled that a worker must be able to carry over and accumulate unexercised rights to paid annual leave when an employer does not put that...

The European Commission is considering the shape of a future European Labour Authority and European Social Security Number and on 27 November it launched a public consultation across all relevant...

On 17 November during the Social Summit for fair jobs and growth in Gothenburg, Sweden, leaders of the EU Parliament, Commission, Council and Members States proclaimed the European Pillar of...

In a ruling handed down on 09 November, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) agreed with the opinion of the Advocate General who did not challenge working...

Meeting in Luxembourg, on the evening of 23 October, and after twelve long hours of discussions, Europe’s Employment and Social Affairs Ministers finally came to a compromise agreement on reform...

The European Commission launched (09.25) the second phase of consultation with social partners on a possible revision of the so-called Written Statement Directive, which applies to employment contracts, geared towards...

On 21 September in a ruling handed down in Polish case the CJEU affirmed the principle whereby an employer is obliged, in line with the EU directive on collective redundancies,...

Ryanair cabin crew members looking to bring a case against their employer do not have to turn to the Irish labour Tribunal just because the company’s aircraft are registered in Ireland.

In a ruling handed down on 05 September, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) set out the conditions under which an employer has the right to monitor an employee’s...

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