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Seminar HR-legal

Working conditions in the Nordics

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Seminar
calendar 15 June 2022
watch 9:00-12:00
location Helsinki

IUNO invites companies to a series of seminars focusing on working conditions in the Nordic Region. The seminars will be held in Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm during June 2022. The seminars are aimed at HR Professionals and people with HR responsibility in the Nordic Region.

Focus

The technological development and the many new types of employment have caused a need for better protection of employees. Namely employees working under a less fixed form of employment have more unpredictable employment conditions than employees with fixed contracts, working under more traditional terms of employment.

Because of this, the EU has passed the Directive Transparent and predictable working conditions in order to create more transparency and predictability about the employees’ employment conditions. The directive must be implemented by August 2022 at the latest and the bills are being proposed in several of the Nordic countries

The seminars will focus on these and other similar new requirements on working conditions in the Nordic Region. In addition, the seminars will focus on other trends related to working conditions, such as remote working, the right to disconnect, etc.

Speakers

Anders Etgen Reitz, IUNO, Denmark, who will moderate the seminars.
Kristine Skår, IUNO, Sverige
Sofie Aurora Braut Bache, IUNO, Norway
Samuel Kääriäinen, Dottir, Finland

Time and place

The seminar takes place at Dottir in Helsinki.

It begins at 9 am and end at 12 pm.

We will serve coffee, tea and a light breakfast from 8.30 am.

The seminar is free of charge and is conducted in English.

Registration

Sign up for the online event via the pink box on this page.

If you have any questions about registration or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact us on communication@iuno.law.

Online event

You can also watch the seminar in Copenhagen on 7 June as an online event. To do that, register here.

Focus

The technological development and the many new types of employment have caused a need for better protection of employees. Namely employees working under a less fixed form of employment have more unpredictable employment conditions than employees with fixed contracts, working under more traditional terms of employment.

Because of this, the EU has passed the Directive Transparent and predictable working conditions in order to create more transparency and predictability about the employees’ employment conditions. The directive must be implemented by August 2022 at the latest and the bills are being proposed in several of the Nordic countries

The seminars will focus on these and other similar new requirements on working conditions in the Nordic Region. In addition, the seminars will focus on other trends related to working conditions, such as remote working, the right to disconnect, etc.

Speakers

Anders Etgen Reitz, IUNO, Denmark, who will moderate the seminars.
Kristine Skår, IUNO, Sverige
Sofie Aurora Braut Bache, IUNO, Norway
Samuel Kääriäinen, Dottir, Finland

Time and place

The seminar takes place at Dottir in Helsinki.

It begins at 9 am and end at 12 pm.

We will serve coffee, tea and a light breakfast from 8.30 am.

The seminar is free of charge and is conducted in English.

Registration

Sign up for the online event via the pink box on this page.

If you have any questions about registration or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact us on communication@iuno.law.

Online event

You can also watch the seminar in Copenhagen on 7 June as an online event. To do that, register here.

Register for the event

Anders

Etgen Reitz

Partner

Søren

Hessellund Klausen

Partner

Kirsten

Astrup

Senior associate

Sofie

Aurora Braut Bache

Senior associate

Cecillie

Groth Henriksen

Associate

From IUNO you can meet

Anders

Etgen Reitz

Partner

Sofie

Aurora Braut Bache

Senior associate

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