Month: March 2020

Coronavirus and businesses: one + one Decalogues about their operation and their employment relationships (: “pitfalls” and “business opportunities”) The pandemic-related legislation is dense. It provides facilities. It involves risks. The first “wave” of the relevant provisions was the of 11.3.20 Legislative Decree and 14.3.20 Legislative Decree. The Legislative Decree of 20.3.2020 has already been […]Continue reading

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Coronavirus And Businesses: The Second Decalogue For Businesses And Employment Relations (:Tough Times And Business Opportunities) I. PREAMBLE 1. The Pandemic Is “Going Strong” – (And) The Legislation Is Struggling To Keep Up And Manage It… The pandemic (: COVID-19 infection) has, logically, not yet reached its peak. In order to deal with it, our […]Continue reading

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Pandemic COVID-19: One, First, Decalogue for a Business’s Operation and Its Employment Relations I. PREAMBLE 1. The Pandemic WHO has already declared infection COVID-19, caused by Coronavirus-2019 SARS-CoV-2, as a pandemic, from 11.3.2020. WHO provides constantly updated information and instructions on the subject. The danger of our country’s health system collapsing is still visible. The […]Continue reading

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Standby Contracts: Blessing or a curse? I. Preamble Numerous companies are called upon to satisfy drastically changing needs. Sometimes, those needs are emerging as a result of circumstances no one could predict. It is, of course, not possible for a business to employ a significant, at times, number of employees just because “maybe, at some […]Continue reading

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