Greece increases minimum wage | Print |
Thursday, 01 June 2023 14:17

Greece has increased the national minimum wage by 9.4%. The decision, taken by the Minister of Labour, responds to a fall in real wages due to inflation, the energy crisis and the war in Ukraine, set against increasing GDP and lower unemployment figures. The monthly minimum wage for employees has increased by EUR 67 to EUR 780.00, while blue-collar workers must now be paid EUR 34.84 per day, an increase of EUR 2.99.  

Immigration and Global Mobility Update April 2023 | Print |
Thursday, 01 June 2023 14:14

Every 2 months, our experts from around the world put together an Update on the law on immigration & global mobility, setting out recent changes to the law. See our Update for April 2023, with new rules for 13 countries.

Road transport regulations: the ‘mobility pack’ | Print |
Thursday, 01 June 2023 14:11
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. 

Annual Ius Laboris Congress in Athens! | Print |
Wednesday, 31 May 2023 13:32

The Ius Laboris Annual Congress is an opportunity for our lawyers to meet, work together, exchange perspectives, and learn from each other and from guest panellists. Thrilled to host the Annual Ius Laboris Congress in Athens! Amazing speakers and really usefull insights into the future!   

Digital Nomads: implications for employers | Print |
Sunday, 30 April 2023 16:11

As remote work becomes increasingly popular, have you ever wondered how many of your employees would be interested in temporarily working from a tourist destination?
To shed light on this exciting phenomenon, we brought together global mobility experts from various popular destinations such as Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal to discuss digital nomad visas and the potential implications for immigration, employment, tax, and social security.


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