MOLITOR focuses on employment and employee benefits in Luxembourg
In this multi-jurisdictional guide to employment and employee benefits, Michel Molitor and Nadine Bogelmann, partners at MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour, focus on Luxembourg.
The Labour Code came into effect on 1 September 2006 and was significantly amended on 30 April 2012. It combines all existing legal rules into one document that citizens can easily access. The Labour Code also applies to foreign nationals working in Luxembourg.
Luxembourg nationals working abroad are generally subject to the employment law of the foreign jurisdiction. However, they remain subject to Luxembourg law if on secondment abroad…
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