The long awaited temporary Labour Code provisions in front of Parliament

June 7, 2012

The article series based on our analysis was published in two parts in the Legal Section of [origo].
Part I. is available here, whereas Part II. will be accessible through the following link in Hungarian language.

The long awaited bill on the interim provisions of the new labour law has been tabled (Part I.)

The government introduced the highly anticipated bill on the so called transitional provisions related to the entry into force of the new Labour Code; whereby the legislator has to amend a total of 66 statutes. In Part I. of the two-part analysis, the expert of bpv JÁDI NÉMETH Attorneys at Law, Dr. Tamás Esze stresses that whenever there are significant legislative changes one must chose very carefully how to apply new statutory provisions on already concluded agreements.

The temporary provisions would already modify the not yet effective Labour code (Part II.)

According to the expert of the bpv JÁDI NÉMETH Attorneys at Law the so called draft statute proposal on the temporary provisions related to the entering into force of the labour code would already amend the new labour codex effective from 1 July, 2012. In the second part of the two-part analysis, Dr. Tamás Esze also revealed that certain provisions will be applicable exclusively to agreements entered into after 1 July, 2012 and there are provisions which will not be effective from 1 July, 2012.