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    21/06/2024
    République Tchèque

    New Obligations on Czech Employers who have Employees working under Agreements to Complete a Job from 1 July 2024

    GB CZ
    From 1 July 2024, all employers who employ employees under agreements to complete a job (“DPP”), a special contract governed by Czech labour law, based on which the employee can work up to 300 hours per calendar year, will face new social security obligations.From 1 July 2024, employers will be required to register all their employees working under agreements to complete a specified task (dohoda o provedení práce”, “DPP”) with the Czech Social Security Administration (CSSA) and regularly submit information about their income, using a special...
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    21/06/2024
    Pologne

    Poland adopts new whistleblower protection law

    Poland’s parliament recently passed the Whistleblower Protection Act, implementing EU Directive 2019/1937 concerning the protection of whistleblowers. The law implements the key provisions of the Directive such as the obligation of a the employers to implement an internal whistleblowing system and to provide feedback and protection to the whistleblowers. The Polish law also contains local differences, which companies should be aware of.Who does the new law apply to?The law applies to companies from financial sector, anti-money laundering (AML) obliged entities and all other companies employing...
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    14/06/2024
    République Tchèque

    Amendment to the Employment Act: Reducing the administrative complexity of employing foreigners and posting workers to the Czech Republic from 1 July 2024

    GB CZ
    The Employment Act will be amended with effect from 1 July 2024. The changes to the act mainly affect the rules governing the entry of foreigners, who are citizens of third countries, into the Czech labour market, as well as the posting of workers from other EU member states to the Czech Republic in the framework of the cross-border provisions of services. The main objective of the changes is to simplify the administrative requirements imposed on employers. However, some of the changes will also impact the (potential) employees themselves. The amendment also modifies the rules concerning the vacancy...
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    14/06/2024
    République Tchèque

    New Czech Labour Code Amendment: Changes to Collective Bargaining

    GB CZ
    From 1 July 2024, a new amendment to the Czech Labour Code amendment will come into force, which will, among other things, introduce new rules for collective bargaining for employers with more than one active trade union.Currently, if more than one trade union is operating at an employer, each trade union must be in agreement in the collective bargaining process. Each trade union can object and refuse to conclude a collective bargaining agreement (CBA), thus effectively blocking the collective bargaining. Employers can use this rule to their advantage and ask the most loyal employees (just three...
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    13/06/2024
    United Kingdom

    UK General Election 2024: employment related manifesto pledges

    In the run-up to the General Election on 4 July 2024, we take a look at the key employment related manifesto commitments made by the largest UK-wide political parties – Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives – that would have an impact on employers and HR. Labour’s manifesto says it will create a partnership between business and trade unions and implement its New Deal for Working People published on 24 May, and is the most extensive in terms of employment related reform. Most of the major pledges in the New Deal have been mentioned before, with several of...
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    11/06/2024
    Allemagne

    AI literacy of employees according to the AI Act – Practical tips for employers for successful implementation

    The following article outlines the requirements employers must meet regarding the AI literacy of their employees.After the final adoption of the AI Act by the Council of the European Union, it is important for employers to familiarize themselves with the obligations they will face. Article 4 AI Act imposes extensive duties on employers, regardless of the risk level of the AI systems used. This blog post examines the content of the regulation and provides guidance on how employers can successfully implement the requirements within their organizations.AI literacy according to Article 4 AI ActIf...
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