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Yesterday (26 March), the Luxembourg Government adopted a draft law amending the Luxembourg income tax law so as to deny, in Luxembourg, the deduction of interest and royalty expenses directed to entities

Yesterday (26 March), the Luxembourg Government adopted a draft law amending the Luxembourg income tax law so as to deny, in Luxembourg, the deduction of interest and royalty expenses directed to entities
31/03/2020

As the Covid-19 crisis unfolds, further to the declaration of the state of emergency on March 18, 2020, Luxembourg employers have many issues to handle in an ever evolving legal landscape.

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Special serie COVID-19 - n°1 Financial support for businesses: focus on short-time work (“chômage partiel”)

Special serie COVID-19 - n°1 Financial support for businesses: focus on short-time work (“chômage partiel”)
26/03/2020

In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, most companies are currently facing unprecedented legal issues within their organisations. As a result, they have to adapt significantly their way of working to go through this unique time in the best possible and efficient manner. 

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COVID-19: Guidance for Employers on Short-Time Working Measures

COVID-19: Guidance for Employers on Short-Time Working Measures
24/03/2020

On March 16, 2020, the Luxembourg Ministry of Health issued an order (the “Ministerial Order”- full original version in French available on this link) on several measures aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19:

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CORONAVIRUS – How Should Luxembourg Employers Legally React?

CORONAVIRUS – How Should Luxembourg Employers Legally React?
18/03/2020

As the Coronavirus continues to drastically spread across Europe, employers should react quickly and take adequate and necessary measures. We have answered the most common legal related questions you may have.

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COVID-19: managing the risk of contamination in the workplace

COVID-19: managing the risk of contamination in the workplace
13/03/2020

While the World Health Organisation has just declared the COVID-19 epidemic a “pandemic”, with the virus having reached nearly 130,000 people since December 2019, managing the risk of the virus spreading in the workplace has become a major issue for every employer

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Coronavirus - key considerations for employers worldwide

Coronavirus - key considerations for employers worldwide
06/03/2020

The situation with Covid-19 (Coronavirus) is still developing and is being followed worldwide with great interest and obvious concern. In this briefing, we consider some of the key issues that employers should be considering.

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Droits et obligations de l'employeur face au Coronavirus

Droits et obligations de l'employeur face au Coronavirus
03/03/2020

De nombreux employeurs luxembourgeois n’ont pas attendu que soit déclaré le premier cas de coronavirus au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, ce week-end, pour prendre des mesures afin d’éviter la propagation au sein de leur entreprise

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Index increase

Index increase
15/01/2020

Since 1 January 2020, the index applicable to employees' wages has been increased from 814,40. to 834,76. This results in a 2.5% raise of the gross salary paid to employees with Luxemburg Law subject employment contracts.

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Protection of whistleblowers: What are the employer’s obligations?

Protection of whistleblowers: What are the employer’s obligations?
02/01/2020

As the new directive on whistleblowers must be transposed at the latest by 17 December 2021, employers should start thinking about how to implement their future obligations.

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Modification unilatérale contrat de travail (non) – demande en cessation – délégué du personnel – Compétence du Président de la Cour en appel

Modification unilatérale contrat de travail (non) – demande en cessation – délégué du personnel – Compétence du Président de la Cour en appel
05/11/2019

Par requête déposée au greffe de la Cour d’appel à la date du 19 juillet 2018, A.) a relevé appel de l’ordonnance précitée et il demande à voir dire que c’est à tort que le Président du tribunal du travail a rejeté ses demandes

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