Making working beyond the State Pension Age more attractive for employees and employers alike (The Netherlands)
The Working beyond the State Pension Age Act came into effect in the Netherlands on 1 January 2016. The purpose of this Act is to make working beyond the state pension age more attractive for persons who are eligible to receive state pension. Impact on employers Firstly, the obligation for employers to continue to pay
Spanish regulations prohibit age discrimination as part of the Fundamental Right to Equal Treatment. Age discrimination is a very significant issue in Spain in the selection of employees for dismissal. However, the Spanish Constitutional Court has recently confirmed that a dismissal of a group of employees of more than 55 years of age was not
One of the most talked about UK employment law developments of 2016 – the draft Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap) Regulations 2016, is expected to come into force in England, Wales and Scotland from 1 October 2016. The Regulations will impose new obligations on employers with 250 or more “relevant employees” to publish annual
Innangard is delighted to welcome its new Australian member, People + Culture Strategies to its alliance of leading employment law specialists from around the world.
Innangard, a new international alliance of employment law specialists has launched today (4th November 2015)
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