France has experienced these last months’ horrific terrorist attacks and everyone feels more or less affected by this danger. It seems then important to review the obligation borne by the employer to protect the mental and physical health of his employees. In a judgment of November 25th, 2015, the French Supreme Court (Cour de Cassation) …
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The Refurbished Dutch Employment Law
Dutch employment law has recently undergone some essential changes. Going beyond just a simple face-lift, the revisions of the ‘Labor and Security Law’ (‘Wet Werk en Zekerheid’) have notable implications for employers and employees alike. Staying on top of these developments is imperative for Dutch as well as international businesses employing workers under Dutch law.
Differences between Turkish and Dutch Labor Law
Every country regulates labor differently depending on its national policies and strategies. This article summarizes some of the differences between Turkish Labor Law and Dutch Employment Law.