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In our podcasts CMS experts deal with various legal subjects.
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Home-Office stellt Arbeitsorganisationen vor einige Herausforderungen: Darf man arbeitsbezogenes Verhalten kontrollieren, wie stellt man die Einhaltung arbeitsrechtlicher Standards sicher und wie misst man zulässig die Produktivität aus der Ferne? Wie gelingt es, remote datenschutzrechtliche Standards einzuhalten und was bedeuten all diese Regelungen für die Privatsphäre der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter?Language: GermanSpeaker: Jens Winter, Giti Said & Daniela KrömerEvent Link: https://cms.law/de/aut/events/cms-employment-snack-und-datenschutz-spezial-home-office-zwischen-kontrolle-und-datenschutz 
Listen to the first podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following:Staff mobility during Covid-19 pandemicRemote workNew health and safety measuresHow to prepare for an audit by the authorities?Vaccination and Covid-19 testsLanguage: English Speakers: Irina Skvortsova and Ekaterina Elekchyan
Listen to the eighth podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following:Working from homeStaff mobilityNew health and safety measuresDigitalizationLanguage: English  Speakers: Katrien Leijnen and Sofie Kusters
Die Nebel lichten sich: Die steuerrechtlichen Regelungen zu Home-Office wurden im Nationalrat beschlossen, und auch die kommenden arbeitsrechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen werden zunehmend klarer. In der Umsetzung sind jedoch noch viele Fragen offen. In diesem CMS Employment Snack Spezial widmen wir uns gemeinsam daher mit unserer Steuerrechtspartnerin Sibylle Novak den wesentlichsten Fragen rund um Arbeitsmittel und Kostentragung im Home-Office. Speaker: Christoph WolfSibylle NovakDaniela KrömerLanguage: GermanEvent Link: https://news.cms.law/cv/12c880c30155721e18414d87f1874455c18fd8ec
In unserem CMS Employment Snack Spezial bieten Ihnen unsere Expertinnen einen fundierten Überblick über die wichtigsten Fragen und Antworten rund um das kommende Homeoffice-Gesetz 2021.Speaker:Daniela KrömerAndrea PotzMiriam MitschkaLanguage: GermanEvent Link: https://news.cms.law/cv/923905a49a9770f8ac1d0074c00a8365dfd489a0
CMS Women's Day 2021

CMS Women's Day 2021

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In this podcast, we will champion the professional achievements of our all-female panel, who are business leaders in their respective industry, from banking, technology and supply chain to construction and university/science. We will learn more about the challenges they face, tips on best practices and how they raised awareness against gender discrimination in their industries. The panellists will also share their personal experiences of: Career landscapes and gender bias Current diversity opportunities Trending ESG concerns that are important to them, such as diversity, the glass ceiling, female leadership, working from home and the economic gender gap.Speakers: Jelena Nushol Fijačko and Ivana Ružđak, Director of Legal Affairs, Zagrebačka Banka (UniCredit) Döne Yalçın and Burcin Ergun, GC Turkey and Regional Director, EMEA Honeywell Tamara Jelić Kazić and Ivona Galetić, Legal Counsel, Orbico Group Daniela Karollus-Bruner and Christina Täuber, Legal Counsel, CML Andrea Potz and Rector Univ.Prof. DI. Dr. Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger, Vienna University of Economics and Business 
Listen to the 7th  podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following: The Effects of COVID-19 on Employment LawHomeworkingTermination RestrictionsShort-Time Work AllowanceE-SignatureLegal FrameworkAreas of UtilizationSecure E-SignatureOccupational Health and Safety in HomeworkingLegal FrameworkHealth and Safety related ObligationsCOVID-19 as an occupational accident (iş kazası)Protection of Personal Data During the COVID-19 PandemicLegal FrameworkData Processing PrinciplesProcessing of Sensitive Personal DataHES ApplicationLanguage: English Speakers: Inci Alaloglu-Cetin and Sinan Abra 
Listen to the sixth podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following:Home OfficeLegal FrameworkImplementationCost ContributionHealth & SafetySpecial Issues (return from home office, social security, taxes, data protection)Electronic SignaturesLegal FrameworkIssues in Practice Language: English Speakers: Christian Gersbach and Sarah Keller
Listen to the 5th  podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following: Working RemotelyRight to work remotely?Remote working policy / individual agreementsHealth & safety obligationsMonitoring employeesNew risks while working remotelyUpholding company valuesMaintaining a work-life balanceOffice work and COVID-19Impact of technologyLanguage: English Speakers: Katja van Kranenburg and Ravi van den Boomen.
Listen to the 4th  podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following:Key findingsLegal ordinanceFuture law on mobile workingOpportunities of employeesHow to manage?Advantages & disadvantagesDifferences in useEuropean use of home office before the pandemicLanguage: English Speakers: Paula Wernecke and Inka Müller-Seubert  
Listen to the 3rd  podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following from both employment law and data protection perspectives:Work from home vs officeStaff mobility New health and safety measuresDigitalization: impact of technology on roles and workLanguage: English Speakers: Mia Kalajdžić and Marija Zrno Prošić 
CMS Employment Snack: Restructuring and mass redundancies | BulgariaHere is the third podcast in our second “CMS Employment Snack” series dealing with restructuring and mass redundancies. Our Bulgarian “menu” covers: Corporate restructurings in the time of a pandemicEmployment restructurings – how to approach themDecreasing the size of your team – best options availableMass dismissals – what should you knowQ&A SessionLanguage: English
Listen to the second podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following: TELEWORKING and associated benefits and risksLegal uncertainties on applicable regimeSecuring remote workAvoiding pittfalls – civil and criminal liabilitiesPractical steps to limit liabilityOTHER TOOLS to reduce impact of social distancing      Efficient delegations of powersAdopting IT PoliciesIssuing dematerialized salary sheetsLanguage: English Speakers: Sophie Marquet, Florence Guzman and Sylvain Neron
CMS Employment Snack: Restructuring and mass redundancies | AustriaHere is the second podcast in our second “CMS Employment Snack” series dealing with restructuring and mass redundancies. Our Austrian “menu” covers: short time work, restructuring and other optionsworks council involvement in drafting and implementing restructuring measuresearly warning system for mass redundanciessocial plans in the light of severely reduced economic capacitiesQ&A SessionLanguage : German
The Future is Now: The New World of Work in ColombiaListen to the first podcast in the global CMS Employment series. The speakers are discussing the following:Differences between Home Office and Remote Work (Teleworking) and the advantages and disadvantages of Home OfficeStaff Mobility and measures to maintain jobsNew health and safety measuresNew technologies and digitalization of internal work processesLanguage: English Speakers: Sandra Mora and Pablo Albornet
Here is the first podcast in our second “CMS Employment Snack” series. This series is dealing with restructuring and mass redundancies. Our Croatian and Slovenian “menu” covers: What qualifies as a collective redundancy?How long does it last and how much does it cost?How should negotiations with the unions and works council be conducted?What legal and practical issues may arise during the process?Q&A SessionLanguage: English
Here is the sixth podcast in our “Home office and other treats” series. Our Bulgarian “menu” includes insight and practical guidelines on main issues of mobile work/work from home, such as:Overview of the general conditions and rules for introducing remote work under Bulgarian law;Remote work vs homework;Remote work during the state of emergency;Benefits, difficulties, and specifics for the employer to consider.Language: English
The fifth podcast in the “Home Office and Other Treats” comes from Russia and includes and practical guidelines on main issues of mobile work/work from home, such as: •    distant work vs. remote work: legal regime and practice •    workplace safety obligations •    monitoring employee work discipline •    reimbursement of expenses incurred from distant/remote workLanguage: English
The fourth podcast in the “Home Office and Other Treats” offers insight and practical guidelines on main issues of mobile work/work from home in Slovakia. We cover the following topics: Statutory requirements;Workplace safety;Working time arrangements, including the monitoring of working time;Compensating employees for expenses.Language: English
In the third podcast in our “Home office and other treats” series, our Austrian employment experts provide insight and practical guidelines on main issues of mobile work/work from home, such as:  Provision of operating resources/BYOD (§ 1014 ABGB, DNHG); Workplace safety and accidents; Working time arrangements, including the monitoring of working time and productivity; Compensating employees for expenses.Language: German
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