D&I webinar – Ajankohtaista työoikeudessa: Palkka-avoimuusdirektiivi

D&I Webinar

Event date

7 May

2024

Dittmar & Indrenius > Insight > D&I webinar – Ajankohtaista työoikeudessa: Palkka-avoimuusdirektiivi

Webinaari tiistaina 7.5.2024, klo 9.00 – 10.00.

EU:n palkka-avoimuusdirektiivi on saatettava osaksi kansallista lainsäädäntöä 7.6.2026 mennessä.

Direktiivi on jo aiheuttanut laajaa keskustelua. Webinaarissa perehdymme sen sisältöön auttaaksemme organisaatioita valmistautumaan direktiivin tuomiin muutoksiin hyvissä ajoin. Tarkastelun kohteena ovat erityisesti:

  • Direktiivin tavoitteet ja se, mitä palkka-avoimuus direktiivin kontekstissa käytännössä tarkoittaa?
  • Työnantajaa sitovat velvoitteet – mikä muuttuu?
  • Minkä takia ja miten työnantajien kannattaisi jo tässä vaiheessa valmistautua direktiivin implementointiin?

Puhujina ovat D&I:n Employment, Benefits & Pensions -tiimin asianajajat Nana Karanen ja Jenni Vinnari.

Jos et ole saanut kutsua ja haluaisit osallistua webinaariin, voit olla yhteydessä: [email protected].

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