Authors

Sean Nesbitt

Partner

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Jonas Warnken

Salary partner

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Dr. Christian Maron

Salary partner

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Dr. Guang Li, LL.M. (Cornell / Freiburg)

Salary partner

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JUDr. Radoslava Lichnovská

Senior associate

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Roos Seesing

Senior associate

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Aqsa Khan Sadiq

Senior associate

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Katarzyna Pęcak

Associate

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Mgr. Tomáš Grell, LL.M.

Associate

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Yameng Jiang

Associate

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Heather Jiang

Assistant

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Authors

Sean Nesbitt

Partner

Read More

Jonas Warnken

Salary partner

Read More

Dr. Christian Maron

Salary partner

Read More

Dr. Guang Li, LL.M. (Cornell / Freiburg)

Salary partner

Read More

JUDr. Radoslava Lichnovská

Senior associate

Read More

Roos Seesing

Senior associate

Read More

Aqsa Khan Sadiq

Senior associate

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Katarzyna Pęcak

Associate

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Mgr. Tomáš Grell, LL.M.

Associate

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Yameng Jiang

Associate

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Heather Jiang

Assistant

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7 February 2020

International Law at Work - February 2020

A new decade; and there are three pillars that as we see it, will be critical for businesses to focus on in the world of employment, pensions and mobility: culture and compliance, modern work and the practicalities of international work.

For this edition of International Law at Work, we set out the changes to employment law planned for 2020 and consider the landscape post-Brexit. But more immediately, we take a look at the issues employers may face when dealing with the coronavirus.

China, UK and Europe

Employment law issues in dealing with Coronavirus infections

UK

Compliance in 2020 and a post-Brexit world

The Netherlands

The Revised Posted Workers Directive: implications for the Netherlands and EU

New laws on atypical working in The Netherlands - The Balanced Labour Market Act

Poland

What’s new in 2020 for Polish employment law?

Germany

Changes to German employment law in 2020

Slovakia

Additional week of holiday for young parents in Slovakia: a note on compliance

UAE

Growing diversity in UAE employment law

China

Typical cases of labour dispute in 2019

Social insurance in mainland China: new rules for residents of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan


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