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Denmark – The European Data Protection Board takes stock

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued its annual report for 2018. The report provides information on the EDPB’s work in the first seven months after the GDPR entered into force and outlines the EDPB’s plans for the future.  Ganzen Artikel lesen


US – Connecticut passes sweeping changes to its human rights laws

Connecticut has introduced new legislation on sexual harassment in the workplace, including new policy and training requirements and additional protection for employees complaining of sexual harassment.    Ganzen Artikel lesen


UK + Comments from other countries – The EU adopts a work-life balance directive

The Work-Life Balance Directive, which brings in new rights for carers and working parents, must be implemented in all EU member states by the middle of 2022. We look at what it means for employers.  Ganzen Artikel lesen

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UK – employment rights in a no-deal Brexit

What might a ‘no-deal’ Brexit mean for UK employment rights? What could employers do now to prepare? And what might the future hold in a no-deal scenario? With new Prime Minister Boris Johnson clear that he would be prepared to leave the EU without a deal if necessary and current legislation committing the UK to leaving the EU at 23:00 on 31 October, this article revisits the employment law implications of a no-deal Brexit.  Ganzen Artikel lesen


UK – European Court of Justice rules that employers must keep records of actual time worked

The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers must keep a record of all hours worked by their workers each day, in order to ensure compliance with the rules on maximum weekly working time and rest breaks.  Ganzen Artikel lesen