Resourcing

Recruitment, training, employment contracts, post-termination non-compete clauses, varying a contract of employment.

Luxembourg :: Recruitment

The native language is Luxembourgish and this is spoken by almost all of those who have grown up in the country …

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Luxembourg :: Part-time contracts

The Labour Code (2006) establishes the principle of non-discrimination and the voluntary nature of part-time work …

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Luxembourg :: Outsourcing

Luxembourg has no specific legislation on the impact of outsourcing on employees …

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Luxembourg :: In-service training

Under ‘congé individuel de formation’ rules, employees are allowed a maximum of 80 days training during their working lives …

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Luxembourg :: Fixed-term contracts

Employment on a fixed-term contract is permitted in certain circumstances such as replacing a sick employee or an employee on maternity leave, dealing with a staff vacancy prior to the commencement of a new permanent employee, carrying out seasonal jobs, dealing with temporary increases in business activity or performing a time-limited task that is not part of a company’s core activities …

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Luxembourg :: Employment contracts

All employment terms in Luxembourg are subject to the Labour Code (2006) …

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Luxembourg :: Criminal records

An employee has the right to refuse the disclosure of criminal convictions or criminal charges to an employer or potential employer …

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