Employers who intend to dismiss at least 7 employees over a period of 30 days or at least 15 employees over a period of 90 days for reasons related to the operation of the business (economic reasons, restructuring, etc.) must use a collective redundancy procedure.
In businesses with at least 15 employees and staff representatives, the business manager must initiate the collective redundancy procedure in the presence of the staff delegation. In the absence of a staff delegation, the business manager is required to first organise social elections.
Once the staff delegation and ADEM have been informed in writing, the employer can begin negotiations with the social partners for a maximum duration of 15 days:
If still no agreement is reached, the employer can proceed with individual dismissals.
Each dismissal is notified to each employee:
The business manager must comply with a minimal notice period of 75 days.
After that, the business manager has to deregister all employees made redundant from the CCSS, and where applicable, request the tax exemption for voluntary departure pay or severance pay.
As public transport will be free of charge from 1 March 2020, the Adapto transport service is evolving as well. A reform of this service aimed at people with reduced mobility, or irreversible disabilities or impairments will bring about a number of changes.
On 28 February 2020, the Luxembourg Business Registers (LBR) changes the connection method to its portal. The username/password authentication method will be abandoned.
Les 21 et 25 février 2020, la House of Entrepreneurship - One stop shop organise, dans ses locaux, deux ateliers sur la création et la reprise d’une entreprise.