Germany – German collective redundancies framework do not comply with European directive

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The European Court of Justice found that the German legislation did not comply with directive 98/59 of 20 July 1998 concerning collective redundancies. In fact, under German legislation, a director of the company and an intern were not included in the calculation of the number of workers, therefore, there was no collective redundancy. This case can be consulted here: http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?doclang=EN&text=&pageIndex=0&part=1&mode=DOC&docid=165652&occ=first&dir=&cid=581350


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