Employment newsletter: March 2014 — new general collective bargaining agreement signed in Montenegro
A new Collective Bargaining Agreement (GCBA) has been signed in Montenegro. The GCBA introduces a broader scope of existing labour rights and has also included several additional rights. Subsequently, many questions have come up and are expected to be answered through their application in the upcoming period.
The GCBA comes into force on 30 March 2014 and Montenegrin employers must take care of the entire set of new employment rights and employers’ obligations. The main features of the GCBA are as follows…
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