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Termination By Employer From The Perspective Of The New Labour Code
In this article, we provide a brief overview of the ordinary termination of a non-executive employment agreement by the employer.
Hungary
25 Jun 2012
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Non-Competition Agreement From The Perspective Of Hungarian Labour Law
In this article, we provide a brief overview of a non-competition provision in an employment agreement.
Hungary
11 Jun 2012
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Employee Monitoring From The Perspective Of Hungarian Data Protection Laws
While employers oftentimes wish to monitor the behavior of their employees, which generally is a rightful intention, it is also the employees' rightful expectation for the employer to respect their privacy and personal data. In this article, we provide a brief overview of the most important rules employers must observe when monitoring their employees.
Hungary
9 Jun 2011
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Transfer By The Employer Of Employees´ Personal Data To The Us From The Perspective Of Hungarian Data Protection Laws
In this article, we briefly address the issue of what requirements prescribed by Hungarian laws on data protection must be complied with by an employer that wishes to transfer the personal data of its employees to the United States.
Hungary
5 Jan 2009
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"Whistle-Blowing Hotline Scheme" From The Perspective Of Hungarian Law
In this article, we briefly address the issue of whether the so-called "whistle-blowing hotline scheme", which is to be set up by a US public company in line with the provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley, may qualify in Hungary as a legal anonymous hotline that enables the employees of a US public company to denounce potential illegal activities carried on within that company.
Hungary
13 Aug 2008
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