Employment newsletter — April 2013 (changes to Serbian labour law)
Karanovic & Nikolic has released the April 2013 edition of its Employment newsletter. It focuses particularly on changes to the Serbian labour law.
After the recent change in the practice of the authorities with respect to protection offered to pregnant definite term employees from having their employment terminated, which gained much media attention and resulted in significant public reaction, the Serbian Parliament has adopted the Law on Amendments of the Labour Law at the beginning of April 2013. The amendments to the Law, which came into force on 16 April 2013, introduce important changes with respect to the rights of pregnant employees, as well as for employees on maternity leave, childcare leave and special childcare leave…
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