Employee benefits

Social security contribution for civil law agreements is changing in Poland

Pawel Krzykowski

The Polish Parliament decided to amend the rules of social security contribution payments for the following types of civil law agreements, the new legislation will come into force on 1 January 2016: Read More

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Europe – in or out?

Sheila Fahy

Over the next few years the question of whether the UK should remain a member of the EU will be hotly debated by stakeholders, and will culminate in a referendum of the people. Believe it or not, being in the EU has almost nothing to do with straight bananas and the Euro-sausage but much to Read More

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Bonus caps: A view from the Netherlands

Floris van de Bult

The last two weeks have been exciting for bankers in the Netherlands. The bill cutting their bonuses to 20% of fixed pay was passed by the Dutch Lower House. Two days later, most fixed pay allowances, introduced by banks to mitigate the negative consequences of the CRDIV 100% bonus cap, were qualified by the European Read More

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Going global with clawback

David Cummings

Everything is global these days. Brands and trends across popular culture “go global” like never before across the high streets, theatres, music venues and social media through Sydney, Hong Kong, Berlin, London, New York or Paris. Employers, too, are going global, as more and more companies with global reach want to move towards standard terms Read More

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