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8 June 2020

Is your company ready for the new Holiday Act?

Umiddelbart efter sommerferien træder den nye Ferielov i kraft. Den nye Ferielov fører ikke til ændringer i antallet af feriedage eller feriefridage, men navnlig optjenings- og afviklingsmetoden for lovpligtig ferie ændres. Generelt vil der ikke være behov for at varsle overgangen til den nye Ferielov, medmindre feriefridage eller andet i tillæg til Ferieloven ændres til ugunst for medarbejderne. Alligevel vil både overgangsordningen og den ændrede ferielov kræve, at den enkelte virksomhed forbereder sig frem til den 1. september 2020.

Pernille Nørkær

Partner

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Poul Guo (Quach)/郭保罗

Senior Associate

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Associate

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