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Legal aspects of telecommuting

October 2015 - Employment. Legal Developments by Alfery .

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News No.7/2015

Legal aspects of telecommuting

Put simply, telecommuting (or working from a “home office”) is a flexible form of employment. Employees organise their working hours as necessity and opportunity allow. Thus employees can either work exclusively away from the office - at home or some other place of their choosing - or can combine telework with work on premises assigned by the employer. Telecommuting is only marginally regulated in the Labour Code. The same rules apply to homeworkers as to other employees. However, there are certain exceptions:-

 

Czech Republic: Limiting the number of agency employees - a plausible reality?

July 2015 - Employment. Legal Developments by Schönherr.

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The Czech Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs („MLSA“) recently submitted for interdepartmental comment a proposal act that will significantly reduce the usage of (so-called) "agency employees".read more... 

Occupational health service – new duties for employers

April 2013 - Employment. Legal Developments by Alfery .

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The Act No. 373/2011 Sb., on Specific Health Services, became effective on 1 April 2012.

Business owners delaying sales

August 2009 - Employment. Legal Developments by Ambruz & Dark.

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The economic downturn has made layoffs and bankruptcies commonplace as of late, and companies of all sizes and reputations have been humbled by the turmoil.

The Rights and Duties of the Employer and the Employees in the Czech Republic

March 2009 - Employment. Legal Developments by Weinhold Legal v.o.s.

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Czech legislation provides for various rights and duties for both employers and employees. This aim of this article is not to provide an exhaustive list of those rights and duties, but rather to acquaint readers with the essentials. The basic rights and duties of the employer and the employees in the Czech Republic are laid down in particular by Act No. 262/2006 Coll., Labour Code, Act No. 309/2006 Coll. stipulating further requirements for health and safety protection at the workplace and Act No. 435/2004 Coll., on employment. For greater clarity, the rights and duties of employers and employees are divided into several groups within the following text.

Amendment to the Labour Code and Finding of the Constitutional Court; Commercial Code Amendment

May 2008 - Employment. Legal Developments by Alfery .

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The first issue of 2008 of News Alfery reports on the Labour Code Amendment effective as of 1 January 2008, the Judgment of the Constitutional Court dated 12 March 2008 on the complaint against the new Labour Code, and finally the Commercial Code Amendment effective as of 1 March 2008. We have also prepared a legislative overview regarding the Czech government subsidies in the area of renewable energies.

Legal Newletter - FINANCIAL MARKET

Investment instruments, commodities and markets, Collective investment, Banking and payment systems, Insurance, Financial market regulation, Business companies

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Czech green card project for non-EU skilled workers

February 2008 - Employment. Legal Developments by PETERKA & PARTNERS v.o.s.

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The Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in cooperation with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Interior are currently preparing a green card project to attract workers from third countries. Work on the project started in spring 2007 and was motivated by the shortage of university educated experts (technical experts, project engineers, designers or programmers) and other qualified workers (toolmakers, locksmiths, welders, blacksmiths) on the Czech labour market. The lack of a labour force is becoming a serious threat to the economy.

Czech green card project for non-EU skilled workers

February 2008 - Employment. Legal Developments by PETERKA & PARTNERS v.o.s.

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The Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in cooperation with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Interior are currently preparing a green card project to attract workers from third countries. Work on the project started in spring 2007 and was motivated by the shortage of university educated experts (technical experts, project engineers, designers or programmers) and other qualified workers (toolmakers, locksmiths, welders, blacksmiths) on the Czech labour market. The lack of a labour force is becoming a serious threat to the economy.

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