European Labor & Employment Law Update

In this issue:

  • A Blessing for Employers? The European Court of Human Rights Says When It Is Proportionate to Interfere With the Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion
  • Italian Supreme Court Rules that Employees Are Not in Breach of Their Confidentiality Obligation Toward the Employer if They File Company Documents Before the Court or a Public Authority
  • Belgian National Labor Council Publishes Collective Bargaining Agreement Number 104
  • Pension-Related Reduction in Redundancy Compensation Provided by a Social Plan: Discrimination on Grounds of Disability But No Age Discrimination
  • Spain Adopts Legal Measures to Combat Fraud
  • Towards a More Flexible Employment Law Environment in France
  • Recent Event(s)

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