Liechtenstein - Employers forced to record working hours - June 1, 2019

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that companies in the EU must "set up an objective, reliable and accessible system" to record how many hours their employees work every day. The member states can define the specific arrangements for implementing such a system. Such systems are needed to secure that the EU's working time directive and the charter is respected, the court said. The Ministry of Economics was not yet able to make clear how this could be implemented in the country.

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