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A podcast by Innangard, bringing you insights and knowledge on employment law issues from around the globe
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We are delighted to bring you this recording of an expert discussion between members of leading international employment law alliance Innangard Executives, exploring and offering insight into key questions and concerns of senior executives in the current climate in Ireland, the UK, France and Spain. The risks, entitlements, and obligations of senior executives during the COVID-19 pandemic can vary greatly across jurisdictions depending on national employment law legislation, contractual provisions and socio-economic agenda. This discussion takes a close look at some of the more common issues being faced by senior executives and examines the protections and remedies potentially available to them. The discussion is hosted by Claire Dawson (Ireland) with contributions from Merrill April (UK), Mathilde Houet-Weil (France) and María José Sánchez (Spain). The key questions addressed by the panel include: 1. What are the issues impacting senior executives in terms of wellbeing? What obligations do their employers have to them and what should they be asking their employers to do to support them? How far does their employer’s duty of care extend? 2. What has been the approach of employers in different jurisdictions to changes to senior executives’ terms and conditions? Can an employer impose a unilateral change? 3. How are the senior executive’s options shaped by the industry they are working in? Is their leverage for negotiation reduced if they are employed in a public company or a regulated field? 4. What protections exist for senior executives who face job insecurity, redundancy or dismissal in the current climate? Are senior executives entitled to reduced compensation by virtue of their senior status in Ireland, the UK, France and Spain? Are employers restrained from taking certain actions against senior executives during the COVID-19 pandemic? 5. How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted upon senior executives in terms of equality and discrimination? What selection criteria can employers in Ireland, the UK, France and Spain lawfully implement when proposing redundancy? Will issues such as gender pay gap reporting and opportunities for ethnic minorities regress or continue to progress in the current climate? 6. What rights do employees in Ireland, the UK, France and Spain have with respect to requesting, and being permitted, to work from home? Has the pendulum swung too far with respect to working from home and is there a need to find a balance? Innangard Executives is the specialist Senior Executive and Founder advisory arm of international employment law alliance Innangard. For more information about Innangard Executives and to contact any member firm, click here. Follow Innangard Executives on Twitter: @InnangardExecs.
We are delighted to bring you this expert discussion between members of Innangard, exploring and offering insight in to key concerns for employers in managing the workplace re-entry of their employees in Ireland, Germany and Spain. The discussion is hosted by Beth Hale, CM Murray LLP (UK), with contributions from Regan O'Driscoll, CC Solicitors (Ireland), Dr. Ulf Goeke, Seitz (Germany), and Juan José Hita Fernández and Laia Carra, Augusta Abogados (Spain). The key questions addressed by the panel include: 1. What is the current position in Ireland, Germany and Spain in relation to lockdown? 2. What is the key current advice for employers in those countries in relation to re-entry to the workplace and how they manage that? 3. What health and safety obligations do employers have in relation to providing a safe place of work in Ireland, Germany and Spain? 4. What steps should those employers be taking to prepare for re-entry? 5. What rights do employees in Ireland, Germany and Spain have if they believe the workplace is not safe to return to? For more information about Innangard, and to contact any member firm, please visit: https://innangard.global/.
We are delighted to bring you this expert discussion between members of Innangard, exploring and offering insight in to key concerns for employers in managing the workplace re-entry of their employees in the UK, Italy, Switzerland and Argentina.  The discussion is hosted by Beth Hale, CM Murray LLP (UK), with contributions from Anna Cozzi, Daverio & Florio (Italy), Michèle Stutz, MME Legal (Switzerland), Mercedes Balado Bevilacqua, MBB Abogados (guest speaker, Argentina) and Sarah Chilton, CM Murray LLP (UK). The key questions addressed by the panel include: 1. What is the current position in the UK, Italy, Switzerland and Argentina in relation to lockdown? 2. What is the key current advice for employers in those countries in relation to re-entry to the workplace and how they manage that? 3. What health and safety obligations do employers have in relation to providing a safe place of work in the UK, Italy, Switzerland and Argentina? 4. What steps should those employers be taking to prepare for re-entry? 5. What rights do employees in the UK, Italy, Switzerland and Argentina have if they believe the workplace is not safe to return to? For more information about Innangard, and to contact any member firm, please visit: https://innangard.global/.
In this episode our members from Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, China and the UK, along with a guest contribution from Argentina, bring you the current key information to help employers navigate some of the key employment issues arising from the global coronavirus epidemic, including what help is available from governments, employers obligations in relation to sick pay and school closures, and options for managing financial obligations to employees. Please get in touch if you have any queries, either directly to our members or via https://innangard.global.
In this episode our members from Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK bring you the current key information to help employers navigate some of the key employment issues arising from the global coronavirus epidemic, including what help is available from governments, employers obligations in relation to sick pay and school closures, and options for managing financial obligations to employees. Please get in touch if you have any queries, either directly to our members or via https://innangard.global
In this episode, recorded in Shanghai, we discuss key employment law issues relevant to Chinese and other multi-national businesses coming to Europe whether to merge, take over or set up in Europe. With contributions from Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Spain this episode brings highlights from the topics discussed at Chinese Innangard member, the River Delta Law Firm’s conference in Shanghai in November 2018. For more information go to www.innangardglobal.com or contact any member firm.
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