No discrimination of reduced hours employees
It was not indirect discrimination to dismiss four reduced hours employees (“fleksjobbere”) as part of cost-saving measures because they lacked essential core skills.
Same owner but no identity in terms of labour law
A company was entitled to renounce a collective agreement in connection with a merger. That was the decision by the presiding Labour Court judge in this case.
Employees’ protection against dismissal during illness arising from an injury suffered at the workplace is not conditional on the employer knowing at the time of dismissal that it was the employee’s injury that led to the illness.
Whistleblower schemes – bill adopted
The act implementing the whistleblower Directive into Danish law has been finally passed, and the Parliament has decided that Danish groups of companies can establish a joint whistleblower scheme (at least for the time being).
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