You know the buzz: couriers qualified as self-employed, instead of employees.
- transition fee increase dto E79k,
- minimum salary increased to E1578
- extra-time must be rewarded at least atthe minimum salary, and
- compensation for employers hiring older unemployed people
Netherland: firing an employee who runs a cryptomachine at work is not pursuable unless it is a ultimate measure.
PWC on court accused of discirmination against older workers/applicants:
“PwC hires less than 5% of the 300,000 applicants who apply annually in US.
PwC hired 18% of the applicants who were under 40 to it’s tax and assurance business, while only hiring 3% of the candidates over 40.
Older workers claim that older workers are steered to part-time and seasonal roles are aren’t considers for the entry level roles the company lists as full time opportunities.”
Oz: the self-represented plaintiff argued that UK ruling should also be a standard in the lfipside.
Uber disagreed pointing out to its T&Cs clearly excluding any employment relationship and added that the plaintiff:
- was not required to sport any Uber logo on the vehicle,
- wasn’t required to wear any outfit, and
- was required to bring its own gear (car), maintain it and pay for its insuranc eand additional costs.
Corporate policies are already asking employees to avoid winking emoticons, kissing cats emojis and th elike, in order to avoid internal harassment lawsuits.
Definition of redundancy and economic dififculties have been tightened.
While previously the whole group economic status had to be reviewed, now an employer will only need economic unease at the French branch level to dismiss employees.
EU Working Time Directive makes clear that whether workers are not granted paid annual leave to which they are entitled they must be able to carry over and accumulate those holiday rights from year to year and be compensated for them on termination of employment.
Nice pdf and nifty pictures of the relevance of the EU GDPR to US companies.
+4,4% on last year