Tag archive for ‘labor contracts’
By The Publisher On Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

Post Irma revisited: employers are breaking the law

PHILIPSBURG — The coronavirus lockdown has led to a wave of layoffs or salary deductions. “This is a similar situation to Hurricane Irma, when many employers did not pay their employees. Employees who brought More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Cable TV employees battle dismissal

PHILIPSBURG – Sixteen employees of St. Maarten Cable TV are fighting for their jobs, but its parent company Caribbean Teleview Services NV wants to dissolve their labor contracts. The Court in First Instance More...

By The Publisher On Monday, March 12th, 2018

Relationship clauses are not allowed in labor contracts

PHILIPSBURG - What are employers allowed to put in a labor contract? Jan de Boer, the chairman of the Common Court of Justice, recently shed some light on this question during the installation of two new attorneys More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Civil code amendment “not a watered-down version”

PHILIPSBURG – The draft ordinance containing amendments related to labor contracts to the civil code is not “a watered down version of an initiative-law submitted to parliament in the past,” President of More...