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What Issues are the Companies Facing during Remote Work?

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. The discussion will be split over two webinars taking place on Tuesday, 15th June and Thursday, 17th June 2021. The first webinar on Tuesday, 15th June will cover the jurisdictions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia and Slovenia. If your company is based in any of these countries, please feel free to register…

Urgent Response Measures for Greek Employers to the Negative Consequences of Coronavirus COVID-19

New measures for employers were issued on 11 March 2020 by the Greek Government in order to respond to the negative consequences of the occurrence of coronavirus COVID-19.

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How to Introduce Remote Work during COVID-19 Pandemic?

Author: Marija Gligorevic, BDK Advokati COVID-19 pandemic is on a hike and the employers are therefore faced with the necessity to introduce remote work in order to secure occupational safety and health of their employees. However, the Serbian law does not provide for a legal basis for the employers to order teleworking in exceptional times. During the recent state of emergency, which lasted from 15 March 2020 until 6 May 2020, the Government enacted the Decree on organisation of work during the state of emergency (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia nos. 31/2020) (“Decree“). The Decree…

Data Security Matters, Even When Working from Home! – Potential Risks and Key Tips

The COVID-19 pandemic is determining more and more businesses to “put the lock” on their offices. This means that a large number of employees all over the world have already been forced to set their homes as comfortable as possible to ensure an appropriate work environment.Besides the operational and logistical challenges that may arise to make work from home possible, both businesses and employees should consider the security risks this may bring to the business activity and even to the employees’ own privacy.

Urgent Response Measures for Greek Employers to the Negative Consequences of Coronavirus COVID-19

New measures for employers were issued on 11 March 2020 by the Greek Government in order to respond to the negative consequences of the occurrence of coronavirus COVID-19.