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Employee Video Surveillance: Position of the European Court of Human Rights

Spain, European Union - December 23 2019 On October 17, 2019, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) approved the installation of a Closed-Circuit Television (“CCTV”) surveillance system...

Sarah Chihi.

Mutual Termination Agreements: Between Temptation and Risk for Employers

France - December 5 2019 Over the past few years, the “individual mutual termination agreement” ("rupture conventionnelle individuelle") has become an increasingly popular...

Anne Ragu.

Self-Employed Workers: California Reforming, France Fumbling

USA, France - October 23 2019 In light of the decision rendered by the California State Senate misclassifying self-employed workers of ride-sharing services as employees of these...

In France, Measuring Wage Inequality Between Women and Men Has Become Legally Required

France - October 18 2019 Though the pay equity between men and women is legally required and politically encouraged, wage inequality in France remains the norm in France:...

Essya Zaraa.

Do Employers Now Need to Measure Daily Working Hours of All Workers?

United Kingdom, European Union, France, Italy - June 13 2019 In Federacion de Servicios de Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) v Deutsche Bank SAE (C-5518), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decided that, in order to...

Paul Callegari, Roberto Podda, Nils Neumann, LL.M..