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Up For A Gig? The Risks Of Worker Misclassification In The "Gig Economy"
Several "gig economy" business models have sprung up in Malta over the past few years.
Malta
4 Jul 2019
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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
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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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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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
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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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Uncommonly High Damages Awarded By The Industrial Tribunal
On the 5th December 2018, the Industrial Tribunal, in the case of Christopher Zammit Dimech vs Cherry Limited relating to unfair dismissal, awarded €20,000 as compensation for unfair dismissal and €10,000 as compensation...
Malta
21 Dec 2018
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Protecting Business Interests Following Termination Of Employees
In today's world, one of a businesses' most valuable asset would be its know-how, client base and trade secrets, all of which are becoming increasingly more difficult to protect with the rate of employment turnover of 2018.
Malta
10 Dec 2018
10
Qualified Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS)
QROPS are Pillar II pension schemes established outside the UK, recognised as such by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Malta
30 Nov 2018
11
Recent Amendments To Maltese Labour Legislation
On the 10th August 2018, a number of Legal Notices have been published introducing and/or amending the framework of employment legislation in Malta.
Malta
24 Aug 2018
12
Deduction For Transportation Cost Of Employees Rules
At the end of February, the Deduction for Transportation Cost of Employees Rules were published through LN67 of 2018
Malta
31 May 2018
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Qualifying Employment In Maritime Activities And The Servicing Of Offshore Oil And Gas Industry Activities (Personal Tax) Rules, 2018
The Qualifying Employment in Maritime Activities and the Servicing of Offshore Oil and Gas Industry Activities (Personal Tax) Rules, 2018 is a programme that allows senior employees engaged within the maritime...
Malta
2 May 2018
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Recent Amendments To Employment Legislation
Further to the announcement of the Government to add extra vacation leave days to the previous entitlement; this has been implemented by virtue of LN 367 of 2017.
Malta
16 Jan 2018
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Award To Employee Following Transfer Of Undertaking
The transfer of undertakings takes place when a business or undertaking is taken over by another Company (new employer) from the current Company (old employer).
Malta
15 Jan 2018
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Additional Eight Hours Of Vacation Leave
As proposed during the budget speech for the year 2018, the Organisation of Working Time Regulations have been amended to include an additional 8 hours of vacation leave.
Malta
21 Dec 2017
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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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