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The 2014 amendments to the Labour Act enabled the employer to terminate an employee for a breach of discipline that constitutes a criminal offence committed at work or in relation...
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New Labour Act of Republika Srpska (“Labour Act“) came into force on 20 January 2016. Fixed-term employment Fixed-term employment regime is liberalised to an extent. So far, fixed-term employment period...
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In November 2015, the Serbian Parliament passed a new legislation regulating secondment of employees abroad  (Act on Conditions for Secondment of Employees to Temporary Work Abroad and their Protection, “Official...
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After over 15 years, the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina adopted a new Labour Act, which came into force on 20 August 2015. Overall, the new Labour...
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Scroll down for Serbian version/‎Verziju na srpskom mozete videti ispod Following the turbulent debate inside and outside the Serbian Parliament, the amendments to the Labour Law were adopted on 18...
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Scroll down for Serbian version/srpsku verziju možete videti ispod On 12 June 2014, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled in Gülay Bollacke v K + K Klaas & Kock B.V....
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Starting 1 July 2014, a new set of rules regulating tax and social security incentives for employers hiring new employees will apply. Novelties were introduced by the Amendments to the...
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According to the media reports and further clarifications BDK has obtained from the Employment Bureau of Montenegro, this authority has frozen any further issuance of employment permits. Employment permit is...
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Montenegro has recently obtained a new General Collective Agreement (GCA), after almost 18 months of a hiatus. The GCA came into force on 30 March 2014, as a result of...
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Recent amendments to the Labour Law give additional protection to female employees who are pregnant or have recently given birth. The amendments came into force on 8 April 2013 (Zakon...
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