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The 57th edition of Monaco Business News, a journal published by the Federation of Monégasque Enterprises (FEDEM), has just been published in a new, more practical and modern format.
In summary, the latest edition is dedicated to the operational implementation of the very important initiative of teleworking in Monaco (law n° 1.429), deciphers the objectives and expectations, as well as questions of companies, offers practical legal advice and an overview of the technological solutions available.
A legal paper provides a detailed analysis of law No. 1.429, with a focus on the history and reference texts, its scope, definition, implementation, and the rights of the teleworker and the duties of the employer.
This issue also looks back on the meeting of Presidents of unions affiliated to the FEDEM with Mr Stephane Valeri, Minister of Social Affairs and Health.
Among other exclusives: the launch of the second promotion of the Diploma of University of Monegasque Social Law, much awaited by companies.
A pdf copy of FEDEM’s journal can be downloaded at this link.
The Monegasque government is encouraging owners and tenants to give their homes a make-over by offering a “renovation bonus” as part of the State’s plan for economic recovery.
Women in Tunisia are set to benefit from a four-year job creation agreement signed this week between Monaco, the United Nations and the Union for the Mediterranean.
The Oceanographic Institute is trailblazing by becoming the first official member of the European Commission’s environmentally-minded global coalition, United for Biodiversity.
A new music project in Monaco, Voice in Progress, will be holding its first concert this October featuring 20 of the region’s brightest stars.