The new minimum statutory wage in Greece | Print |
Thursday, 04 April 2024 12:57

Βy virtue of Decision No. 25058/29.03.2024 of the Ministry of Labour, as of April 1 2024, the statutory minimum monthly wage and the statutory minimum daily wage were increased and determined, for employees and blue-collar workers employed on a full-time basis, without age distinction, as follows:

KREMALIS Law Firm is hiring a trainee lawyer. Apply today or share this post with your network. | Print |
Thursday, 22 February 2024 11:09

KREMALIS Law Firm, located in Athens and member of Ius Laboris, is a legal boutique that consistently ranked in the top tier of legal directories over the last decades and with long standing expertise, we have been at the forefront of legal developments with a focus on labor, employment, insurance and global mobility.

Bringing employees back to the office | Print |
Wednesday, 22 November 2023 16:58

Remote work has proliferated since the pandemic, but now some companies are trying to bring their employees back to the office. What steps might employers need to take? 

International recognition for our employment practice by Business Today Lawyer Awards | Print |
Monday, 13 November 2023 12:16

We are delighted to announce that the seasoned journalists and business experts of Business Τoday have ranked our Partner Dr. Dimitrios Kremalis as one of the most influential employment lawyers of Greece for 2023, acknowledging him as “one of the go-to lawyers in the employment industry”.

Can employers monitor their employees’ social media posts? | Print |
Friday, 03 November 2023 15:52

Increasingly, employers are being made aware of employee misconduct that is evidenced by photos, videos or other social media posts. What are employers allowed to do when it comes to their employees' posts, what are the limits, what should they bear in mind when using these posts? 


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