Commercial Law for Employers: Health and Safety at WorkPosted in : Commercial Law for Employers on 9 October 2018
In this month’s ‘Commercial Law for Employers’ article, Kevin McVeigh, Partner and Head of the Corporate and Commercial Department in EDG Solicitors, considers the CJEU case of Isabel González Castro v Mutua Umivale regarding the health and safety at work ofpregnant workers, workers who have recently given birth and workers who are breastfeeding.
Key Issues: Health & Safety of Workers – Breastfeeding Mother – Meaning of “Night Work” - Discrimination – Preliminary Ruling
Case: Isabel González Castro v Mutua Umivale
Reference: Case C-41/17, CJEU (Fifth Chamber), 19 September 2018
Legislation: Directive 92/85/EEC and Directive 2006/54/EC
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