The regime of teleworking in Greek Labour reality | Print |
Monday, 21 March 2022 13:22

In the Greek labour reality, the teleworking employment regime was specifically provided for in article 5 of L. 3846/2010. However, teleworking as an employment practice was not widely implemented until the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lawyer specialising in Labour and Insurance Law | Print |
Thursday, 27 January 2022 13:27

KREMALIS-Law Firm is recruiting a lawyer specializing in Labor and Insurance Law for immediate and internal cooperation.

The new regulations for overwork, the declaration to the Informational System ERGANI of the 'managing employees' and the costs of teleworking | Print |
Wednesday, 12 January 2022 10:32

With the new labour law 4808/2021, multiple regulations were implemented, reforming largely the current employment regime, including regulations related to overwork, managing employees and teleworking. 

The Legal 500 distinguishes Kremalis Law Firm in 2022 EMEA ranking | Print |
Monday, 03 January 2022 14:32

The Legal 500 EMEA 2022 ranking aims to list the most preeminent law firms and lawyers in 80 jurisdictions across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Another great year for #KremalisLawFirm, as our lawyers rank highly with the Legal 500 EMEA 2022 edition, in the practice area of Employment. Congratulations to all of the teams and the individuals who have been recognized and highlighted in the rankings!

Terminating employment by mutual agreement: the risks in Russia and beyond | Print |
Wednesday, 08 December 2021 15:29
Two recent successful challenges to dismissals by mutual agreement in Russia mean employers may need to exercise caution in how they use this popular method of terminating employment. The rules vary in other jurisdictions.



Mutual consent has always been a popular ground for employee termination, as an option with minimum risks for both parties. Previously, according to judicial practice, it was extremely rare to succeed in challenging dismissals by mutual agreement. In most cases, only pregnant employees managed to do so. However, new court practice shows there are more exceptions. In this article, we will consider two recent court rulings that took a different approach, potentially leading to the creation of a negative precedent for employers.

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