(d) the duration of the term of the member or members of each supervisory authority of not less than four years, except for the first appointment after 24 May 2016, part of which may take place for a shorter period where that is necessary to protect the independence of the supervisory authority by means of a staggered appointment procedure;
(f) the conditions governing the obligations of the member or members and staff of each supervisory authority, the prohibitions concerning actions, occupations and benefits incompatible with the office during and after the term of office, and the rules governing termination of employment.
(f) the conditions governing the obligations of the member or members and staff of each supervisory authority, prohibitions on actions, occupations and benefits incompatible therewith during and after the term of office and rules governing the cessation of employment.
2. The member or members and staff of each supervisory authority shall be bound, in accordance with Union or Member State law, by a duty of professional secrecy, both during and after their term of office, with regard to confidential information which has come to their knowledge in the course of the performance of their duties or the exercise of their powers. During their term of office, this duty of professional secrecy shall apply in particular to information received from natural persons relating to infringements of this Regulation.
Workers’ Statute 2022
The STS September 14, 2018 (rec. 3540/2016), in a disciplinary dismissal case, has addressed the question relating to the dies a quo of the “long statute of limitations” of art. 60.2 ET. Although this pronouncement does not strictly speaking contain a doctrinal change, I understand that its analysis is interesting insofar as it addresses the issue relating to continuous and concealed misconduct and, thereby, contributes to a better understanding….
Analysis of the STS September 21, 2017 (rec. 2397/2015) which understands that the employer can dismiss a female worker for appropriating products from a supermarket outside the working hours and place of work.
Art 52 et
Political parties express political pluralism, contribute to the formation and manifestation of the popular will and are fundamental instruments for political participation. Their creation and the exercise of their activity are free in compliance with the Constitution and the law. Their internal structure and functioning must be democratic.
Workers’ unions and business associations contribute to the defense and promotion of their own economic and social interests. Their creation and the exercise of their activity are free in accordance with the Constitution and the law. Their internal structure and operation shall be democratic.
1. The dignity of the person, the inviolable rights inherent to him/her, the free development of the personality, respect for the law and the rights of others are the foundation of political order and social peace.
3. Extradition shall only be granted in compliance with a treaty or the law, in accordance with the principle of reciprocity. Political crimes shall be excluded from extradition, and acts of terrorism shall not be considered as such.
Art 56.2 et
dated May 24, 2006, which contains the provisions for obtaining the recognition of the legal personality of the evangelical churches, the administrative procedure that the churches must comply with prior to the authorization of their legal personality and approval of their constitutive bases is as follows
In the Administrative Record, the Investigating Authority proceeded to apply the highest margin of price discrimination that it found in this investigation, that is, 108 percent, for the other exporters.
The Investigating Authority also applied the protocols and operating manual for the preventive shelters that will cover issues such as food, hygiene, medical services, disciplinary measures and the rights of the detained persons.
The Secretariat concluded that the exports made by the other Canadian companies were made with a margin of price discrimination of 108 percent, based on the information contained in the administrative record of the case, in particular the highest margin of price discrimination found in this investigation.