Advocate General Opinion re collective redundancies - Anonimi Geniki Etairia Tsimenton Iraklis (AGET Iraklis) v Ipourgos Ergasias, Kinonikis Asfalisis kai Kinonikis Allilengiis (C-201/15) [ECJ AdvGen] 16.06.16 (Unreported)


Mon, 20 Jun 2016

Collective redundancies — Directive 98/59/EC — Articles 2 to 5 — Articles 49 and 63 TFEU — Requirement for prior authorisation, by the competent administrative authority, of a request to carry out collective redundancies — Requests to be considered on the basis of economic criteria — Proportionality. OPINION that EU law did not allow national legislation which required employers to obtain administrative authorisation prior to carrying out collective redundancies and which made such authorisation dependent on the conditions in the labour market, the situation of the undertaking and the interests of the national economy




Category: Employment »  Redundancy; EC Law. Area(s) of law: Employment.
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