On 20 July 2023, the Chamber of Deputies passed the law on intercultural living together and amending the amended law of 8 March 2017 on nationality. The National Action Plan defines the strategic axes of intercultural living together, the political orientations and objectives as well as the actions and measures to be implemented.
The Adem has just issued guidelines for Luxembourg employers who wish to employ third-country nationals.
Chronicle: Government Council Approves Use of Nutri-Score Logo on Bulk Foodstuffs, Dishes in Canteens
During its meeting on Wednesday 30 August 2023, Luxembourg’s Government Council (Cabinet) approved the use of the Nutri-Score logo on bulk foodstuffs and dishes served in collective canteens.
Luxembourg has updated its legislative framework relating to investment funds to enhance its competitiveness and thus its leadership in this area.
Two new laws modifying the Luxembourg Labour Code (Code du Travail) with regard to the special leave and flexible working arrangements that are available to employees will soon come into effect. Bills of law n°8016_ and n°8017_ were exempted from a second constitutional vote by the Conseil d’État (State Council) on 14 July 2023 and will be published in the Luxembourg Official Journal shortly.
RTl reports that The Chamber of Deputies in Luxembourg addressed several changes to labour law on Wednesday, specifically focusing on improving work opportunities for individuals from third countries, including those seeking international protection.