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CEE Legal Matters Comparative Legal Guide: Employment 2023 is Now Out!

CEE Legal Matters Comparative Legal Guide: Employment 2023 is Now Out!

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CEE Legal Matters is proud to introduce the latest in our Comparative Guides series. This one focuses on Employment in CEE.

The CEE Legal Matters Comparative Legal Guide: Employment 2023 looks at critical labor and employment legal aspects such as hiring, from contracting to employment versus independent contractor status to home office, contract modification, termination, wage and hours, collective labor law aspects from trade unions to works councils, transfers of undertakings, and labor investigations. 

As our co-editor, Zsofia Olah, Partner, OPL gunnercooke, explains, "the employment and labor law landscape is also regularly changing, which makes it challenging for companies operating at a global or regional level to manage compliance with the applicable rules. Employment and labor law has the potential of having a drastic effect on an organization. Consider the potential consequences on a company’s valuation if, for example, a part of its core workforce is found to be misclassified employees or the impact of failed working time scheduling practices. Not to mention the reputational consequences of employment and labor non-compliance. Therefore, management, and especially HR practitioners and in-house lawyers must feed legislative changes and their own legal knowledge into HR strategy and operations."

The guide can be accessed in electronic format here and in pdf format here.

The CEE Legal Matters Comparative Legal Guide: Employment 2023 includes:

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