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A NEW UPTURN FOLLOWS THE ECONOMIC DOWNSWING - A VIEW ON EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

Even though many industries have pulled out of the current economic situation even with moderate personnel reductions, major redundancies and layoffs could have been avoided completely or at least it could have been possible to decrease the number of persons being made redundant in several companies, if the income-based incentive programmes had been prepared at the time to cover also the demands, large-scale savings objectives and improvement of the profitability set by the prospective recession. As a result of the avoidance of the large scale redundancies, employees’ degree of satisfaction, motivation and confidence in the future, and, with this in mind, the profitability of the company could be better at the present moment.

ECJ RULES ON TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT IN CONNECTION WITH TRANSFER OF BUSINESS

April 2009 - Employment . Legal Developments by Dittmar & Idrenius.

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The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") handed down a judgment on 27 November 2008 in relation to a reference for preliminary ruling from the Finnish Supreme Court. The referred questions concerned the obligations of an assignee towards the employees' of a transferred company. The ECJ ruled that the assignee cannot be liable for the deterioration of an employee's working conditions if the assignee has fulfilled its obligations under the transferred employment agreement until it expires. However, the employee is entitled to salary and other benefits during the time of notice if employment is terminated due to such deterioration.

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