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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

In God’s hands alone?

According to a popular turn of phrase in Germany, those in court and on the high seas are supposedly in God’s hands alone. This serves to express the…
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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

Hire and fire

In Germany, employees enjoy protection against unfair dismissal if and as far as specific conditions are met: The Act Against Unfair Dismissal…
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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

Compliance versus labor laws?

Compliance is still a hot topic, and the media continues to regularly report about major compliance cases. Companies that are not compliant with…
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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

Walking on a tightrope

Modifying an existing incentive plan is like walking on a tightrope - it requires keeping the right balance between preserving the flexibility…
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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

Rising to the challenge

Restructurings on the company and business-site levels, especially ones with mass layoffs, often involve legally complex issues and require diligent…
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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

Expensive, but worth the investment

A conciliation committee (Einigungsstelle) is an arbitration board between an employer (Arbeitgeber) and a works council (Betriebsrat). It is…
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German Law Publishers | European Union, United Kingdom | 26 Sep 2016

The European perspective on HRexit

The UK voted for Brexit some three months ago, but nothing has happened since. There are constitutional issues to be resolved, such as whether the EU…
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German Law Publishers | Germany | 26 Sep 2016

Unlawful strike and damages

Unlike some other European countries, Germany does not have a tradition of extensive labor disputes between unions and employers. Even though wages…
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