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Leave For Medically Assisted Procreation
The recent Legal Notice No. 156 of 2017 ("Leave for Medically Assisted Procreation National Standard Order 2017") has laid down minimum requirements designed to grant a period of paid leave...
Malta
20 Jun 2017
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Ban Of Islamic Headscarves At The Workplace: The Position Of The European Court Of Justice
The European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") has recently ruled on the case C-157/15 related to Ms. Samira Achbita, a receptionist working for the company G4S Secure Solutions NV.
Malta
17 May 2017
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When Paid Leave And Sick Leave Collide
As stated by the European Court of Justice ("ECJ"), the right of employees to paid annual leave is a "particularly important principle of the European Union social law" which cannot be derogated...
Malta
12 May 2017
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Employees' Financial Rights In The Case Of A Transfer Of An Undertaking: The Interpretation Of Article 3 Of The Transfers Of Undertakings Directive 2001/23/EC Provided By The European Court Of Justice
On the 6th April 2017, in the case C-336/15, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") provided an interpretation of article 3 of the Transfers of Undertakings Directive 2001/23/EC...
European Union
27 Apr 2017
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Revision Of Social Security Coordination Rules: The Proposal Of The EU Commission
EU legislation provides rules to coordinate national social security systems and ensure social security protection when EU citizens move within Europe.
European Union
10 Mar 2017
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Employment Contracts Conducted Electronically
In this digital age, there is an increased reliance on the internet as a means of conducting business in a more efficient manner.
Malta
6 Feb 2017
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Posting Of Workers: The New Proposal Of EU Commission For Revision Of EU Directive 96/71/EC
As a specific form of temporary labour mobility, posting of workers has been a prominent topic of public and political debate during previous decades. Several factors have contributed to the debate.
Malta
6 Jan 2017
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Fraud And Investigations At The Workplace
Monitoring of employees at the workplace is not specifically regulated by Maltese Law. In this respect, one must refer to the Data Protection Act (Chapter 440 of the Laws of Malta)...
Malta
16 Nov 2016
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Fast-Tracked Services To Highly-Specialised Third Country Nationals: The New Maltese Key Employee Initiative Programme
Malta has recently introduced the Key Employee Initiative Programme in order to facilitate the issuing of work / residence permits to highly qualified/specialised Third Country Nationals who wish to reside and work in Malta.
Malta
16 Nov 2016
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Disciplinary Action In Breach Of Employees' Rights: HSBC Bank Malta Condemned To Pay €603,000 To Heirs Of Late Employee
A Court has recently ordered HSBC Bank Malta to pay €603,000 in damages to heirs of late employee after having declared that the disciplinary action taken against said employee was in breach of workers' rights.
Malta
20 Jul 2016
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Work Permit For Third Country Nationals In Malta
Third Country Nationals who wish to work and reside in Malta for a set period of time have to submit a single work permit application and all supporting documentation.
Malta
5 Jul 2016
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The Banking of Hours: To Bank or Not to Bank?
Annualisation of hours is a term used to describe a contract which states the agreed number of guaranteed hours the employee is contracted to work through a twelve month period.
Malta
31 May 2016
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Employment On Board Maltese Flagged Vessels – Do Seafarers Get A Fair Deal?
As emphasised by the International Labour Organizations (ILO), seafarers are frequently exposed to difficult working conditions and particular occupational risks.
Malta
9 Mar 2016
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The Use Of Technologies And Respect For Privacy At The Workplace
In Europe, the use of new information and communication technologies ( ICT) at the workplace has spread rapidly in recent years.
Malta
4 Nov 2015
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Government's New Measures To Increase Employment Of Persons With Disability
The contributions/fines paid by those employers who fail to satisfy the 2% quota will be administered by the ETC and will be contributed to the Lino Spiteri Foundation.
Malta
8 Oct 2015
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Use Of Technologies And Respect For Privacy At The Workplace
In Europe, the use of new information and communication technologies ( ICT) at the workplace has spread rapidly in recent years.
Malta
24 Aug 2015
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To Bank Or Not To Bank?
Annualisation of hours is a term used to describe a contract which states the agreed number of guaranteed hours the employee is contracted to work through a twelve month period.
Malta
20 Jul 2015
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Posted Workers' Working Conditions And Rights
The number of posted workers in the EU is currently estimated to be 1.2 million which amounts to less than 1% of the EU working age population.
Malta
25 Jun 2015
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