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EuGH-Urteil zur Arbeitszeiterfassung – Praktische Auswirkungen auf Ihre europäischen Arbeitskräfte

Ansprechpartner
Dr. Hans-Peter Löw

Partner

Frankfurt am Main

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Behrendt Markulf
Markulf Behrendt

Partner

Hamburg

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Ubber Thomas
Thomas Ubber

Partner

Frankfurt am Main

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Scharff Bettina
Dr. Bettina Scharff

Counsel

München

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Wehner Peter
Peter Wehner

Counsel

Frankfurt am Main

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13 Juni 2019

Praxiswissen Arbeitsrecht - Sonderausgabe

Employers are required to establish a system to measure their employees’ daily hours worked, the European Court of Justice (the ECJ) has said in a recent and widely-publicised ruling.

Mitarbeiter am Arbeitsplatz

This may seem at odds with today’s agile working environment, and its increasingly flexible and mobile workforce, but you need not take immediate action (unless already required by local laws), pending guidance on how Member States intend to apply the ruling.

Some practical steps are, however, recommended to manage risk and prepare for the local law and regulatory enforcement changes that will inevitably follow across jurisdictions.

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