international employment law firm alliance L&E Global

(Working) times are changing, according to the Court of Justice of the European Union

Webinar date and time
On demand

The Court of Justice of the European Union has often surprised national jurisdictions and employers with its rather strict interpretation of the EU Working Time Directive, for example regarding the obligation to register working time. Also, recent cases concerning the conditions to qualify on-call time as working time and on the application of the working time limits for multiple employment contracts for the same employee can be considered as important evolutions in European working time law. Our speakers will discuss this EU jurisprudence from a practical point of view for employers and you can ask the questions about working time you always wanted to ask.

• Gautier Busschaert (Van Olmen & Wynant in Belgium)
• Alexander Lorenz (Pusch Wahlig Workplace Law in Germany)
• Pieter Pecinovsky (Van Olmen & Wynant in Belgium)
• Stefania Stanciu (Magda Volonciu & Asociatii in Romania)