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Working time

Working time issues are often complex and continue to evolve rapidly. Latest developments impact on matters such as annual leave and other time off work; working hours; disconnection from work; and employer recording obligations. This trend looks set to continue gaining momentum as both legislators and the courts continue to strengthen employee protection in this area.

Working time

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Supply Chain Due Diligence Act in the financial sector

Supply Chain Due Diligence Act in the financial sector

It is essential to obtain expertise regarding the implementation of Supply Chain Due Diligence Act under employment law, in particular with regard to the financial sector.

New approval scheme for staffing agencies

New approval scheme for staffing agencies

Amendments to the regulation on staffing agencies mandate that businesses involved in labour outsourcing (staffing agencies) must obtain approval from the Norwegian Labour Inspection...

Supreme Court ruling on whistleblowing

Supreme Court ruling on whistleblowing

The Supreme Court addressed whether an e-mail sent from an employee representative to a manager in the company, constituted whistleblowing under the Working Environment Act.

Bill on the recording of working time (update)

Bill on the recording of working time (update)

On 23 January 2024, the Danish Parliament adopted a bill on recording working time. The new amendments to the Danish Act on Working Time will enter into force on 1 July 2024.

Draft law approved to implement the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive

Draft law approved to implement the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive

The Council of Ministers has now approved the draft law implementing the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive.

California Supreme Court: Trial courts lack inherent authority to strike PAGA claims on manageability grounds

California Supreme Court: Trial courts lack inherent authority to strike PAGA claims on manageability grounds

In a long-awaited decision, the California Supreme Court has ruled that trial courts do not have the inherent authority to strike (ie dismiss with prejudice) claims for civil penalties...