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Germany: New working time law

Back in 2019, just before Covid hit, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that, in accordance with the provisions of the Working Time Directive, all working time needs to be recorded and that the governments of EU Member States needed to put in place laws to ensure that this happened. 

During the Covid years, not much attention was paid to the ruling as there were more important things to worry about than clocking-in and clocking-out times. But the judgement never went away.

Now, the German government is moving to implement it. In this paper our colleague Gerlind Wisskirchen looks at what the government is proposing. (You can download it as a PDF)

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Authors: Dr. Gerlind Wisskirchen

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