Friday 23. June 2017

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Kinberger Thom
06.08 2012 - Empl rep
Austria is one of the founding members of the ESA, but at the central station in salzburg we have a new special regulation for a supermarket, open on sunday until 11.00 p.m.! They offer much more than food for the journey, it`s illegal in this form (the use over the approved 80m²) and against...
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GERMANY: No Sunday shopping at Munich jubilee celebrations

18 May 2016

A judgement by the Bavarian Administrative Court declared that shops in the central area of Munich may not open on Sunday during the festival celebrating the foundation of the city.

 

 

FRANCE: French win 'right to disconnect' from out-of-hours work emails

9 January 2017

In France, employees will be guaranteed a right to disconnect and freedom from checking emails outside normal working hours.

 

 

GERMANY: Münster residents vote down Sunday shopping

8 November 2016

In Münster, Westphalia, Germany, 300 000 residents voted against further opening of shops on specific Sundays of the year.

 

 

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