Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions UpdatePosted in : EY Law Insights on 17 January 2023 Issues covered: EU (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations
In this month’s EY Law Insight, Deirdre Malone, Associate Partner, and Laura Ryan, Solicitor, in the Employment Team at EY Law, update their previous article on the Directive, and look at the recently published EU (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations (“the Regulations”), explaining what employers need to do to immediately update their standard terms and conditions of employment.
What is the purpose of the Regulations?
The Regulations support improved transparency in working conditions for almost all employees. Those not protected are a limited group of employees (less than four weeks’ service and a working week of three hours or less).
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This article is correct at 17/01/2023
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