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https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/work-from-home-2.jpg 750 1000 Ivet Goranova https://seelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SeeLegalLogoHeader-1.png Ivet Goranova2021-07-12 14:54:582021-07-12 15:01:03Employee Rights under Turkish Labour Law and Personal Data Protection Law relating to the COVID-19 Vaccine
Authors: Deniz Erkan and Evin Kutlay COVID-19 has caused changes in many areas of our lives and has interfered with fundamental rights and freedoms within the scope of administrative measures that have been taken, bringing new legal questions and problems with it. Among them are the legal problems that have arisen due to the vaccination process, which has gained momentum in recent months. This bulletin addresses the effects of the vaccination process on employee-employer relations within the scope of the labour law and, in this context, the circumstances under which employers may process employees’…
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The SEE Legal Employment & Immigration Practice Group and ALRUD’s Labour and Employment Practice join forces to present and discuss the most challenging issues that companies based in Southeast Europe and Russia are facing during remote work.
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Author: Marija Gligorevic, BDK Advokati The Serbian Ministry of Labour published on 18 January 2021 the Guide for Safe and Healthy Work from Home (Vodič za bezbedan i zdrav rad od kuće) (“Guide“). The Guide defines work from home as work which involves the use of information and communication technologies (PC, laptop, smartphone, and tablet) enabling remote work. Documenting work from home The Ministry of Labour suggests in the Guide that the work from home on an exceptional basis (and not as a special form of employment) requires that the employer and the employee conclude a formal annex…
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On 29 December 2020, the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Intervention Measures Act to help mitigate the consequences of the second COVID-19 epidemic or the Seventh COVID-19 package
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Authors: Darja Miklavcic, Karin Dodic, SELIH & PARTNERJI Law Firm On 19 December 2020, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the proposal of the Intervention Measures Act to help mitigate the consequences of the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic, i.e. PKP7 (hereinafter: "the Seventh COVID-19 law") and sent it to the National Assembly. The main goal of the seventh COVID-19 law is to mitigate and eliminate the consequences of COVID-19 in the field of economy, labour and labour relations, social protection and health care. In the present article, we mainly focus on the measures…
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Authors: Darja Miklavcic, Karin Dodic, SELIH & PARTNERJI Law Firm On 25 November 2020, the National Assembly adopted the Act on Intervention Measures for Mitigating the Consequences of the Second Wave of the COVID-19 Epidemic or the so-called PKP6 (hereinafter “the Sixth COVID-19 Law"), which provides for temporary measures to mitigate and eliminate the consequences of the infectious disease COVID-19. The adoption of the new package of measures regulated for in the Sixth COVID-19 Law is necessary due to the re-declaration of the epidemic, whereas some measures need to be supplemented (mainly…
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The Serbian parliament adopted amendments to the Act on Protection of Population from Infectious Diseases (Zakon o izmenama i dopunama Zakona zaštiti stanovništva od zaraznih bolesti, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 136/2020), which has entered into force with immediate effect. Personal protection measures against infection The amendments impose on retail businesses the obligation to ensure that patrons wear protective masks while on premises and appoint a person responsible for the supervision of the application of the measures. In addition to the sanitary inspectorate, communal…
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On 15 October 2020, the Slovenian Parliament adopted the Interim Measures for Mitigation and Elimination of Consequences Act COVID-19 (ZZUOOP) or the so-called Fifth COVID-19 Act.
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Amendment of the measures applicable in the current state of alert, the procedure for settlement and payment of the state support sums under GEO No. 132/2020 and paid days off for parents The Government Decision No. 729/31.08.2020 on the amendment and completion of Annex No. 3 to the GD No. 668/2020 on the prolongation of the state of alert on Romanian territory has been published within the Official Gazette No. 797, dated 31 August 2020. This normative act establishes and amends a series of measures applicable during the current state of alert, out of which we mention, from an employment perspective: Certain…