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Measuring Working Time in Germany - Yes or No?

Date: 3 March 2021

German law generally does not include an obligation to fully measure employees’ working time. In a 2019 decision, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) demands working time measuring that is objective, reliable and accessible. The consequences of this decision are still controversial. In this episode, we look at possible implications for employers in Germany, especially in relation to employee overtime compensation claims.  This is a German-language podcast.


For a summary of the key take-aways please visit our German-language site.

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