The 2015 guide focuses on labour law rules applied across Europe, in particular with respect to redundancies and termination of employment. Despite the European Union’s efforts to align European labour law, substantial local differences still apply across the 27 respective jurisdictions, especially regarding collective bargaining, employment protection and redundancy procedures.
Although a comprehensive study, the guide should not be considered a complete source of information regarding all the relevant aspects of the covered topics. Since the law is constantly changing, EUROPEAN LAW FIRM recommends that local legal advice is sought before any action is taken in any individual matter.
Contact details for all EUROPEAN LAW FIRM member firms are listed throughout the booklet. This is the 4th comparative legal study conducted by EUROPEAN LAW FIRM members. For a copy of this guide or past guides relating to debt collection, purchasing real estate and company incorporation in Europe, please visit www.european-law-firm.com/guides.aspx, the Guides section of our site, or contact Sarah Green at EUROPEAN LAW FIRM central office via email@example.com and KLOTINI SERGIS front desk via firstname.lastname@example.org.