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Individual dismissal in Italy

Article Date: 20-03-2017
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Under Italian Law, the employer’s power to terminate the labour relationship is limited to a substantial extent by Article 1 of Law no. 604/1966. The notion of justifiable reason is defined by Article 3 of Law no 604 as being of two types: (i) a serious violation of the worker’s contrac... [Read All]

Employment law reform in Italy

Article Date: 13-03-2017
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The new rules on individual and collective dismissal in the context of permanent employment contracts General In December 2014, Parliament passed the so-called “Jobs Act” (Law n° 183 of December 10, 2014). The Jobs Act defines measures to be taken, sets out inspiring principles, en... [Read All]

Collective dismissal in Italy

Article Date: 27-02-2017
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The general provisions concerning collective dismissals are set forth in Law N° 223 of July 23, 1991, thereby implementing EEC Directive 75/129. A “collective dismissal” is defined in Article 24 of Law 223/1991 as occurring when an undertaking that consistently employs more than 15 ... [Read All]

Employers may be allowed to monitor private chat messages of their employees says the ECHR

Article Date: 28-03-2016
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The European Court of Human Rights’ (ECHR) decision early this year on a labour dispute brought by a Romanian employee (Mr. Barbulescu) made it to the headlines of many newspapers and tabloids around Europe: Mr. Barbulescu had been fired for having used the company’s Internet for persona... [Read All]

Brussels I bis and employers based outside the European Union

Article Date: 06-07-2015
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The High Court of Justice of England and Wales delivered last week its decision in Petter v. EMC Europe Ltd and EMC Corporation (22nd May 2015, [2015] EWHC 1498 QB). Petter is a former senior employee of the European subsidiary of a US company who issued proceedings in March 2015 in England and ser... [Read All]

In case of undertaking transfer, should collective agreement terms and conditions be fully maintained?

Article Date: 02-03-2015
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The scope of Article 3(3) of Directive 2001/23/EC concerning the safeguarding of employees’ rights in the event of transfers of undertakings (and more particularly the interpretation of the “terms and conditions” maintained in the event of a transfer of undertaking) was once again ... [Read All]

An illegally staying third-country national employee falls within the scope of Directive 80/987

Article Date: 26-01-2015
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Under Dutch legislation a third-country national without a valid residence permit is considered an employee and is entitled to a pay from the employer. To the contrary, such an employee who is not residing legally in the Netherlands is excluded from the insolvency benefit, which is provided for purs... [Read All]

Directive 2001/23/EC applies in principle only for the transfer of autonomous economic entities

European Court of Justice, case C-458/12

Article Date: 06-03-2014
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In the domestic proceedings, Mr. Amatori and his colleagues were working at the ‘Information Technology’ Section of Telecom Italia. Following an internal reorganisation the company split that Section to various other structures. The latter continued to collaborate with one another and to... [Read All]

Professional experience gained in another Member State should be taken into account

European Court of Justice, case C‑514/12

Article Date: 05-12-2013
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While the Court of Justice took no major step forward in its long-settled jurisprudence on free movement of workers, its judgment in case C-514/12 is still very interesting due to the current south-to-north migration waves within the EU and the relevant peril of nationality-based discrimination. The... [Read All]

Excluding a female worker on compulsory maternity leave from a training course violates EU law

European Court of Justice, case C‑595/12

Article Date: 06-03-2014
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Tackling discrimination on grounds of sex and reconciling professional and family life are two of the main goals of EU legislation and EU policy in general. In this regard, it is of major importance to safeguard the employment protection of women on maternity leave and to ensure that they face no de... [Read All]
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