International Employment Law Review - July 2012 / Issue 2


Welcome to the latest issue of the International Employment Law Review. In this edition, we examine the most significant employment law developments of the year thus far in Belgium, England and Wales, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Russia and the United States, focusing on both new legislation and case law developments.

In This Issue:

- p1 Belgium

- p3 England and Wales

- p5 France

- p6 Germany

- p8 Luxembourg

- p9 Russia

- p9 United States

Excerpt from Belgium:


The “European” vacation or “supplementary vacation at the beginning or at the recommencement of activity” The November 4, 2003 Directive 2003/88/EU obliges EU member states to take the necessary measures to provide that all workers are entitled to at least four weeks of paid vacation per year...

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