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Can An Employee Appeal From The Amount Of Compensation Established By The Industrial Tribunal?
Chapter 452 of the Laws of Malta limits the right of appeal of an aggrieved party in cases of unfair dismissal and other cases falling within the jurisdiction of the Industrial Tribunal
Malta
7 May 2019
2
Termination Of Employment For Good And Sufficient Cause
In the case of Joseph Saliba vs Imperial Hotel (Goldvest Company Limited), the facts of the case revolved around Mr Saliba.
Malta
6 May 2019
3
The Way Forward: Gender Neutrality And Gender Inclusion
The principle of equality between men and women is a fundamental value constantly on the European Union's agenda.
Malta
12 Apr 2019
4
Payroll Outsourcing: Still Thinking About It?
Payroll processing is a delicate and complex area. Considering the peculiarities of cross border taxation, tax incentives, tax statuses, fringe benefits and an array of other monthly adjustments, the effort and know how required to process payroll are on the increase.
Malta
9 Apr 2019
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Pregnant Employee Dismissed During Probation
Giada Mifsud Calabro has been awarded damages amounting to €10,846 by the Industrial Tribunal after the Tribunal decided in favour of the employee in a case against Union Print Company Limited.
Malta
15 Mar 2019
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Summary Dismissal Of Employees
The Court noted that this was a case of a summary dismissal and that such dismissal is not the norm and should only be used where there is grave misconduct.
Malta
12 Mar 2019
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MFSA Issued A Circular On Banking Rule BR/14 Relating To Outsourcing To Cloud Service Providers
On 4 February 2019, the MFSA issued a circular on Banking Rule BR/14 which circular notifies credit institutions of the inclusion of an Annex to the BR in relation to the outsourcing to cloud service providers.
Malta
11 Mar 2019
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Performance Bonus Paid Out More Than 5 Years Later
The Court of Appeal in its Inferior Jurisdiction overturned a decision taken by the Court of Magistrates and ordered the payment of a performance bonus owed by the Transport Authority in Malta
Malta
28 Feb 2019
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The Key Employee Initiative Launched - A Fast Tracked Single Permit Scheme
Applications for a single permit under the KEI may be submitted while the applicant is physically in Malta or still abroad.
Malta
26 Feb 2019
10
Beware Of ‘Positive Discriminatory' Measures
In a judgment delivered recently by the Court of Justice of the European Union, Austrian legislation was in the limelight.
Malta
14 Feb 2019
11
Legal Firms Are Prioritizing Soft Skills
Soft skills are critical for personal and company success. Qualifications are no longer enough. Anyone giving the impression that honing soft skills are a millennial trend has either just landed or, desperate to impress.
Malta
14 Feb 2019
12
New Directive On Work-Life Balance
A new Directive, known as the Work Life Balance Directive, has been proposed to repeal the existing Framework Agreement on Parental Leave, made binding by Council Directive 2010/18/EU.
European Union
12 Feb 2019
13
Regulations To Aid Undertakings Providing Professional Training To Employees
On the 25th January 2019, the Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Businesses published the "Skills Development Regulations, 2019".
Malta
11 Feb 2019
14
Jurisdiction Of The Industrial Tribunal In The Case Of Fixed Term Contracts Successfully Challenged
By its judgment of the 25th of January 2019 in the names Galea vs. L-Università ta' Malta, the Court of Appeal decided that cases of termination of fixed term employment contracts do not fall
Malta
31 Jan 2019
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Amendments To The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006
The 2016 Amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 entered into force on 8 January 2019.
Malta
30 Jan 2019
17
Malta Employment Law Updates – January 2019
In August of 2018, four Legal Notices were published making amendments to annual leave entitlement, itemised payslips, transfer of business legislation and temporary agency workers.
Malta
22 Jan 2019
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Employee Share Schemes
Employee share schemes have not been as widely used in Malta as they have in some of our European neighbours. However, in general, companies use employee share schemes to attract,
Malta
22 Jan 2019
19
Restraint Of Trade Clauses In Employment Contracts
Historically, the general rule adopted was that all clauses in restraint of trade were considered invalid.
Malta
18 Jan 2019
20
Suspended Legal Notices Come Into Force With Some Amendments
In August of last year, four employment related legal notices came into force but were shortly 'suspended' following various objections from interested stakeholders.
Malta
17 Jan 2019
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