Malta has recently introduced two important updates to its employment legislation framework. One of them seeks to regulate the working conditions of an employee, as should be informed in writing to the employee by the employer, while the other one seeks to regulate the probationary period of an employee in a fixed-term relationship.
Should you wish to know which working conditions need to be notified to the employee by the employer and the new obligations imposed upon by the employer to be in line with the said recent legislation, please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance on the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Regulations.
By virtue of Legal Notice 267 of 2022, Malta has implemented the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Regulations. These regulations seek to inform employers of their obligation to inform employees of the conditions applicable to the contract or employment relationship. It identifies a number of employment conditions which an employee is to be informed of. These include but are not limited to:
Amendment to the Employment and Industrial Relations Act
A number of amendments have been introduced to the regulation of the probationary period in an employment relationship specifically with respect to fixed-term contracts of employment (definite contracts).
These include the following:
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