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Under law, employment can end if the employee comes to work while intoxicated. Practice is a bit different.
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An analysis of recent labor law case precedents provides fresh insights into commonly encountered practical issues. These insights are relevant for both employers and employees.
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While the law allows the employer to terminate employment during the probationary period in a simplified procedure recent court decisions cast doubt on requirements for a lawful termination.
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Processing personal data through video surveillance and GPS tracking is a widespread practice. Here we try to help data controllers: 1) identify situations when this type of data processing is allowed in the first place, and 2) implement the proper procedures under Serbian law:
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Employees often prefer greater flexibility in scheduling their annual leave, but this flexibility is not always in accordance with the law. What’s going on?
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The proposed amendments to the Law on Citizenship of the Republic of Serbia will make it easier for foreigners to acquire Serbian citizenship by admission. This includes the possibility of acquiring citizenship after only one year of temporary residency in Serbia, and spouses of foreigners who have acquired citizenship can become Serbian citizens without special...
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Is differentiating between employees who are smokers and those who are not in the context of annual leave in compliance with Serbian labor laws?
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Lawful work of foreigners in Serbia is set to become simpler in 2024. What is planned?
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We deal with the legal implications of the four-day workweek within the Serbian legal framework, i.e., what is needed to implement it in line with the Serbian legal legislation, and other relevant legal issues which may appear in practice.
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Starting in 2023, freelancers will have a new tax regime in Serbia.
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