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France: New obligation in relation to the social security coverage of employees seconded to work in France
In principle, an employee is covered by the social security regime which is applicable in the country where he is carrying out his work – ie, employees working in France should in principle be covered by the French social security … Continue reading
On 1 January 2016 the provisions of Russian law on employee's labour arrangements (secondments) adopted back in 2014 entered into force.
The following article by Andrew Taggart was first published in Financial News, 22nd April 2016.
After almost 4 years of deliberation, the concept of a secondment has finally been introduced into the Russian Labour Code by Federal Law No. 116-FZ dated 5 May 2014 (the "Law") entering into force on 1 January 2016. Amendments have … Continue reading
New rules regarding seconded personnel and taxable establishments in China will be effective from 1 June 2013. We recommend that non-resident enterprises review, and where necessary amend, contracts and other documents that might result in additional tax in China. The … Continue reading
Modern Russian labour legislation is underpinned by a fundamental principle dating back to the Soviet era – the principle of the full protection of employees. That is why, although secondments are relatively common in Russia, the employer’s ability to second … Continue reading
Given the lack of specific legislation in the UAE on unfair dismissal and redundancy, expatriate employees increasingly turn to UK courts and tribunals to defend their employment rights. Our briefing discusses the territorial scope of UK employment law which is … Continue reading