GANADO Advocates, Twenty-one Law and BCGL Advocates have once again organised a half day conference to discuss significant employment related
GANADO Advocates participated at the annual summit of iGaming (SiGMA), at the Intercontinental Hotel in Malta from 16th to 19th
A seminar on employment law matters and the Malta tax implications of expatriates working in Malta As companies grow and
As most of you may have already read in the local press, today the Court of Appeal confirmed a judgment
Dismissal of a part timer who refused to work full time may be illegal on the basis of discrimination: Industrial TribunalGANADO Advocates - December 29, 2014 - Categories: Other News
Dismissal of a part timer who refused to work full time maybe illegal on the basis of discrimination: Industrial Tribunal
On 9 December 2014, the Industrial Tribunal delivered a decision where it applied the equal pay for equal work principle to 5 employees who were doing the same work as other colleagues employed in a different job category. The Industrial Tribunal also upheld that, in principle, differentiation in pay and employment conditions for employees is legitimate where an employee possesses higher qualifications.
A recent decision by the Industrial Tribunal confirmed that an agreement to extend an initial 6 month probationary period for another 3 months was valid in the case of a manager, and thus, the employer could terminate the employee for probationary reasons.