The EU legislators aim to promote more transparent and predictable employment, while ensuring labor market adaptability. To reach this goal, the EU directive on transparent and predictable working conditions and its implementation law impose certain information obligations on employers, and also lay down new minimum standards regarding working conditions that have to be guaranteed. In the case of noncompliance, sanctions (up to level 3) can be imposed.
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Julie Van thienen is a senior associate in the Employment Practice Group in the Brussels office. She joined Baker McKenzie in 2020 after several years of experience in another large law firm.