IPG is proud to announce the contribution of the Korean chapter to GLI’s 2018 Edition of Employment & Labour Law. The publication contains chapters from 29 different countries. The publication may be found at: Employment & Labor Law, Sixth Edition.
Key Issues addressed are, among others,:
-General Labour Market Conditions in Korea
-Employment Policies under the Moon Administration
-Litigation Trends in Korea
-Definition of “Ordinary Wage” in Korea
-Korean Supreme Court’s Regular Interval Bonus Case
-Director as an Employee for Korean Employment Security Purposes
-Korean Employee Lockouts
-Layoffs and Dismissals Based on Fault of the Employees in Korea
-Korean Restrictive Covenants Law
-Trade Secrets Protection in Korea
-Severance Payments in Korea
-Childcare Leave in Korea
-Maternity Leave in Korea
-Paternity Leave in Korea
-Annual Leave in Korea
Please see the other articles below and via the Employment Law Tag.
- Must I grant Male Employees Maternity/Paternity Leave in Korea?: Korean Labor/Employment Law Updates
- Guidelines on Rules of Employment & Guidelines on Fair Personnel Management Withdrawn by Korean Ministry of Employment
- Korean Employment Law & Labor Law amendments under Pres. Moon Administration
- Is your Korean Employee a Dispatched Worker and Thus a De Facto “Employee” under the Korean Labor Standards Act?
- “Ordinary Wages” Under Korean Labor Law Clarified by the Supreme Court: “Regular, Uniform & Flat” Definition
- Infertility/Subfertility & Childcare Leave Law in Korea
- Non-Compete Restrictive Covenant in Employment Contracts in Korea
- Ordinary Wages and the Principle of Good Faith in Korea: How long should the principle be applied to Korean CBAs?
- Enforcement of Covenants Not to Compete in Employment Agreements in Korea: Restrictive Covenants in Korea
- Non-Compete Clauses in Employment Agreements in Korea