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Sedan 2002 är Elmzell medlem av Ius Laboris – en internationell allians bestående av ledande advokatbyråer med inriktning på internationell HR-juridik.

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Nordic HR Seminar 2024

About the seminar

For 15 years, Elmzell has had the pleasure of inviting our colleagues from Denmark, Finland and Norway for a full day seminar covering various HR-law topics of interest for HR professionals working with a Nordic dimension.

This year, our main topics will be HR-law challenges in recruitment situations where we will speak about discrimination issues, AI, background checks, GDPR and a practical, hands-on approach to restructuring/redundancy – the most common pitfalls in a redundancy process. We will also share the hottest topics in each country at the moment, for example the upcoming pay transparency regulations.

During this day you will not only enjoy the nice venue of IVAR and tasting their famous Swedish fika but also have the opportunity to meet other HR-colleagues also working with HR on a Nordic level.

We look forward seeing you in Stockholm on 2 September 2024!

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The EU Artificial Intelligence Act

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Välkommen på frukostseminarium om Utredningar i personalärenden

Frukostseminarium den 25 april 2024

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Changes to Ukrainian immigration rules against a backdrop of war

In light of the ongoing war in Ukraine, the country is reforming its immigration policy to combat the severe labour shortage.

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Immigration and Global Mobility Update No. 34, February 2024

Several times a year, our experts from around the world compile an update on immigration and global mobility practice, setting out recent changes to the laws and regulations in their jurisdictions. Here are the highlights of the February 2024 Immigration and Mobility Update.

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Nordic HR Webinar

Nordic HR Seminar - 2 February 2024‍ 09.00am — 11.30am (CET) - The Ius Laboris Nordic law firms warmly welcome you to the annual Nordic HR Webinar – where our lawyers from Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden will give you the updates on the latest legislative developments and hot topics for 2024 as well as guiding you through any potential challenges in 2024.‍ Press "To article" below to register for the seminar!

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Can employers monitor their employees’ social media posts?

Increasingly, employers are being made aware of employee misconduct that is evidenced by photos, videos or other social media posts. What are employers allowed to do when it comes to their employees' posts, what are the limits, what should they bear in mind when using these posts? Here we consider the situation in Germany, with comments from our experts in 19 other jurisdictions.

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Frukostwebbinarium 10 november "Arbetsbristuppsägningar - i ljuset av nya LAS"

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Pay Transparency Directive FAQs

The Pay Transparency Directive will create new gender pay gap reporting obligations throughout the EU. In this article, we answer some frequently asked questions about this new legislation.

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The right to disconnect: which countries have legislated?

Since 1 April 2023, Belgian employers in the private sector with 20 employees or more must include the right to disconnect in collective bargaining agreements or work rules. The right to disconnect applies to all categories of employees. Our experts from 15 other countries have also commented on whether a right to disconnect has been introduced in their own jurisdictions.

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Celebrating International Labour Day

On 1 May, people in over 90 countries commemorate International Labour Day to celebrate the efforts and contributions of workers across all industries and sectors. We take a look at the origins of International Labour Day, whilst reflecting on the many challenges faced by workers today.

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Tips for employers on mental health risks

Inability to disconnect during remote working is one side of the coin; isolation is the other. Both can easily emerge from full time remote working. For employers, managing these risk factors well is key to running a successful operation.