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By Bernd Weller, Johan-Michel Menke
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Germany, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By André-M. Szesny
The German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV) has submitted its long-awaited proposal for a Corporate Sanctions Act (VerSanG). When corporate crimes
By Torsten Groß
The German Federal Labor Court (BAG) ruled by judgment of January 31, 2019 (ref. no. 2 AZR 426/18) that, under certain circumstances, the employer may lawfully review data on an employee's
By Torsten Groß
In its decision of 9 April 2019 (ref. no.: 1 ABR 51/17), the German Federal Labor Court (BAG) took position on the right of the works council to request information from the employer according to
By Kerstin Deiters, LL.M., EMBA
The prohibition of discrimination against fixed-term employees has already been the subject of a large number of decisions by both the ECJ and the BAG [German Federal Labor Court
By Daniel Grünewald
The plaintiff is a union secretary at the ver.di trade union.
By Timo Daniel Trefzger
The appeal before the LAG Schleswig-Holstein was equally unsuccessful.
By Monique Sandidge
The employer may reduce the vacation entitlement of a worker on parental leave by one twelfth for each full calendar month.
By Anna-Lena Glander, Alexa Finke, LL.M.
Strict data protection requirements apply to the use of location tracking systems both in the employment context and in cooperation with other companies.
By Regina Glaser
An enhanced vacation entitlement on grounds of age where employees who have not yet reached the age of 50 are granted at least three days less
By Christoph Hexel
So-called "late marriage clauses" in surviving dependants' pension commitments may constitute an unjustified age discrimination and can therefore be ineffective
By Arietta Von Stechow
The transfer of an employee after the loss of job to the care of an in-house "Job Service and Placement" unit constitutes a transfer requiring consent within the meaning of Sec. 99 para. 1 BetrVG
By Volker Voth
In our newsletter article of March 2019, which was only based on press release No. 9/19 of the BAG [German Federal Labor Court] regarding the judgment of Feb. 19, 2019 - 9 AZR 541/15
By Ursula O‘Dwyer
Although under the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the European Commission has limited power regarding infrastructure policy
By Stephanie Wurm
A severance payment awarded by dissolution proceedings may either be an insolvency claim or insolvency asset liability. The time the dissolution petition was made is decisive.