Adoption of collective agreement regarding night work does not, in itself, equate to implementation of the relevant EU legislationPosted in : Commercial Law for Employers on 14 December 2022 Issues covered: Collective agreements; EU legislation
Key Issues: Social Policy – Working Time
Case: Coca-Cola European Partners GmbH v L.B. & R.G.
Reference: Case C-257/21 and C-258/21, CJEU (Seventh Chamber), 7 July 2022
Legislation: Directive 2003/88/EC
L.B. and R.G. performed night shift work for Coca-Cola, which had concluded a company-level collective agreement with the Food, Beverages and Catering Union, under which Coca-Cola is bound by provisions of a German national collective
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