Kremalis Law Firm is ranked in the Top Tier in the Legal 500 EMEA 2023 Guide | Print |
Friday, 15 September 2023 13:42

KREMALIS - Law Firm has the honor of being established in the Top Tier in the areas of Employment and Insurance in Greece, according to the ranking of the Legal 500 EMEA 2023 Guide.

Immigration & Global Mobility Update | Print |
Wednesday, 13 September 2023 14:29

Every two months, our experts from around the world put together an update on immigration and global mobility practice, setting out recent changes to the law, policies and procedures. See our Update for September 2023, with the new rules for 12 jurisdictions. Read More

Road transport regulations: the ‘mobility pack’ | Print |
Wednesday, 13 September 2023 14:22

The so called ‘mobility pack’ (a 2020 EU Directive and two related regulations affecting road transport) is another European step in the direction of ensuring fair competition and socially sustainable working conditions in the transport sector. The Directive was required to be implemented by all EU countries by February 2022. The Italian piece of implementing legislation is now in force.  Read More

The right to disconnect: which countries have legislated? | Print |
Wednesday, 13 September 2023 14:11

Since 1 April 2023, Belgian employers in the private sector with 20 employees or more must include the right to disconnect in collective bargaining agreements or work rules. The right to disconnect applies to all categories of employees. Ius Laboris experts from 15 other countries have also commented on whether a right to disconnect has been introduced in their own jurisdictions. Read More

Managing extreme heat at work | Print |
Wednesday, 13 September 2023 14:01
Europe is facing a week of extreme temperatures: what are the rules for dealing with a heatwave in the workplace in Germany and beyond? 
Summer has arrived. Temperatures are rising and this month has seen another heatwave in Southern Europe, with maximum temperatures up to 40°C and even beyond. This is extreme, but temperatures of 30°C and above are now common, and challenging. But what do employers have to consider? This article provides an overview. Read More 

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