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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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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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Disciplinary Action In Breach Of Employees' Rights: HSBC Bank Malta Condemned To Pay €603,000 To Heirs Of Late Employee
Therefore, the Court has condemned the bank to pay €603,000 in damages to heirs of late employee.
Malta
15 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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Monitoring Of Employees' Private Messages At The Workplace
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has recently ruled that companies have the right to monitor employees' online private messages during their working time.
European Union
25 Jan 2016
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Unfair Dismissal?
Recently a case was brought before the Industrial Tribunal by an aggrieved employee who had his employment terminated after being in employment for six years pursuant to an indefinite contract with Maltco Lotteries Limited.
Malta
24 Dec 2015
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€28,000 In Damages For An Injury Sustained At Work
When the incident occurred, Mr Micallef was seated next to a particular machine which is known as a stitcher.
Malta
1 Dec 2015
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Illegal Employment In Gozo
The Court of Magistrates has recently decided a case which, has been brought by the police against two directors of a restaurant in Gozo.
Malta
1 Dec 2015
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Time Spent Travelling Is Working Time
The European Court of Justice has recently ruled that time spent by tradesmen travelling between their home and their clients, has to be regarded as working time.
Malta
22 Sep 2015
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Termination Of Employment On Grounds Of Redundancy And Warrant Of Prohibitory Injunction
The Civil Court has recently ordered Deutsch Bank not to terminate the employment of Ms Sandra Diacono, who had been made redundant.
Malta
3 Aug 2015
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Does The Industrial Tribunal Law Breach Fair Hearing?
This was held while the Court was ruling on two different cases filed by the General Workers' Union-GWU in 2008.
Malta
30 Jun 2015
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Posted Workers’ Rights And Working Conditions
According to the EU Legislation, a posted worker is a person who, on behalf of the employer, is sent for a limited period of time to carry out his/her work in the territory of an EU Member State other than the State in which s/he normally works.
Malta
28 Apr 2015
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Dismissing Highly Sensitive Positioned Employees
The Industrial Tribunal has recently declared justified the termination of employment of a security guard who left the area he was securing despite the fact that no other security guard had turned up...
Malta
28 Apr 2015
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€35,000 Awarded For Unfair Dismissal And Discrimination
The Court of Appeal confirmed a compensatory sum awarded by the Industrial Tribunal to a British High Commission employee for unfair dismissal and discrimination.
Malta
20 Apr 2015
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Corporation Ordered To Pay €205,694, In Lieu Of Salaries And Repatriation Expenses
Judge Padovani Grima ordered the Ladybug Corporation to pay the 22 crew members, the sum of €205,694, in lieu of salaries and repatriation expenses.
Malta
27 May 2014
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