Nordic employment law 2 – advance course
The Nordic countries are much alike in many areas, but there are great differences within employment law. Therefore, BG Institute now offers a unique specialization of the course Nordic employment law 1 – similarities and differences.
The course addresses more subjects on a deeper lever than employment law 1 – similarities and differences. To maximize the relevance of the content and get close to reality, the lecturers include practical cases that you most likely will encounter at your workplace. This in-depth course is therefore of great relevance for people who work with and are responsible for employment law issues at companies with employees in the various Nordic countries.
BG Institute offers the course Nordic employment law in collaboration with lecturers from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland. Focus during the day lies on Denmark, Norway, and Finland, where the Swedish perspective gradually will be highlighted.
In order to give an accurate picture of employment law in the Nordic countries, this course is held by one lawyer from each country. The course is held in English and moderated by lecturers from Sweden.
As participant you will receive an in-depth study of the differences and similarities in employment law in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland in areas such as:
- Permitted forms of employment
- Termination of employment due to redundancy
- Termination due to personal reasons
- Transfer of business – theory and practice
- The employer and GDPR – how should we handle information to employees and inquiries about e.g., access requests
HR managers, HR directors, HR personnel, Personnel manager and others who have responsibility for personnel in one or more Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and/or Finland.)
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This course is a part of a series consisting of three courses that takes up different parts of Nordic employment law.
The first course highlights the main differences regarding employment law between the Nordic countries.
The second course is an advance extension of day one and will address several topics on a deeper level.
The third course is independent and is aimed to participants who wishes do dive even deeper into Nordic employment law. The course will discuss the regulations for dealing with labor shortages and reorganizations in Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark. These rules differ considerably both materially and in terms of the formalities which are to be observed.
08.30 – 09.00
Inskrivning och frukost
09.00 – 10.15
10.15 – 10.30
10.30 – 11.45
11.45 – 12.45
Lunch (ingår i priset)
12.45 – 14.15
14.15 – 14:30
14.30 – 16:00
Ingår i Kompetenspaket
This course will be broadcasted live from Stockholm. After the course is completed all participants will receive a recording of the course that is available for 30 days.