National collective agreement signed between UGL RIDER and the business association Assodelivery deemed unfair by Italian court
Cleaners who work for households via the online platform ‘Helpling’, have the legal status of temporary agency workers
Online food delivery company found to have indirectly discriminated against rider who chose not to sign new contract that would be regulated by new NCA
The Belgian National Labour Council - representing employers and trade unions - provided an opinion on the appropriateness and feasibility of compu
The SER published its advice on the Dutch government's efforts towards the European Commission’s expected legislative proposal for due diligence legisla
On 28 September 2021, the First Chamber of Parliament (Senate) adopted the law proposal with the title ‘diversity at the top of business’
On 8 December 2021, the Federal Institute for the protection and promotion of Human Rights (L'Institut fédéral pour la protection et la promotion des droits
The Court's verdict on the FNV's appeal established that Deliveroo riders fall within scope the collective labour agreement for the professional transport of
The labour market reform presented by the government of Spain was approved by Parliament on 3 February 2022.
The 'Status of Workers Bill' aimed at simplifying the status of workers is currently being examined by the House of Commons
Ireland and France have both adopted laws transposing Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (the Whistleblowing D
In a response to the mass dismissal of workers on board P&O ferries, the UK government intends to change its policy on minimum wage for ferry workers
On 16 March, Luxembourg’s Chamber of Deputies voted in favour of a bill amending the Code du Travail and regulating the implementation of telework in c
On 05 July, the Dutch House of Representatives approved the "Work where you want Act" which aims to make home working a legal right.
Government backs new law to provide additional paid leave to parents whose babies require specialist care after birth.
Trade unions launch judicial review of “anti-worker” regulations which “undermine the right to strike”
Wärtsilä Italia has been ordered to revoke its decision to dismiss its workers and to resume negotiations with trade unions