ArbG Mannheim: Kündigungsschutzklage muslimischer Betreuungshelferin abgewiesen

Die Kündigungsschutzklage einer Betreuungshelferin muslimischen Glaubens wurde durch die 3. Kammer des ArbG Mannheim am Donnerstagnachmittag abgewiesen. Die Vorsitzende Richterin Dr. Sigrid Bouwhuis führte in der mündlichen Verhandlung aus, dass die Kündigungsschutzklage einen Tag nach Ablauf der einschlägigen 3-Wochen-Frist des § 4 KSchG erhoben worden sei, weshalb die streitgegenständliche Kündigung schon aus diesem Grund als wirksam gelte. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen

ArbG Mannheim: Kündigungsschutzklage muslimischer Betreuungshelferin

Am 23.03.2017 findet vor der 3. Kammer des ArbG Mannheim unter Vorsitz von Richterin am Arbeitsgericht Dr. Sigrid Bouwhuis ein Kammertermin statt. Gegenstand des Verfahrens ist die Kündigungsschutzklage einer Betreuungshelferin eines Pflegedienstunternehmens. Die beklagte Arbeitgeberin betreut in Mannheim Menschen mit gesundheitlichen Beeinträchtigungen aller Pflegestufen mit pflegerischen-, medizinischen- und Betreuungsdienstleistungen vor Ort bei den pflegebedürftigen Personen. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen

EuGH: Unternehmensinterne Regel, die das sichtbare Tragen jedes politischen, philosophischen oder religiösen Zeichens verbietet, stellt keine unmittelbare Diskriminierung dar

Ohne eine solche Regel kann der Wille eines Arbeitgebers, den Wünschen eines Kunden zu entsprechen, wonach seine Leistungen nicht mehr von einer Arbeitnehmerin erbracht werden sollen, die ein islamisches Kopftuch trägt, jedoch nicht als berufliche Anforderung angesehen werden, die das Vorliegen einer Diskriminierung auszuschließen vermag. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen

EGMR: Grand Chamber hearing on the right of access to court of a pastor concerning his claim for compensation against the Hungarian Calvinist Church

The European Court of Human Rights is holding a Grand Chamber hearing today Wednesday 12 October 2016 at 9.15 a.m. in the case of Károly Nagy v. Hungary (application no. 56665/09). The case concerns a pastor’s compensation claim against the Hungarian Calvinist Church following his dismissal. The hearing will be broadcast from 2.30 p.m. on the Court’s Internet site (www.echr.coe.int). After the hearing the Court will begin its deliberations, which will be held in private. Its ruling in the case will, however, be made at a later stage. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen

EGMR: Travaš v. Croatia (no. 75581/13)

The applicant, Petar Travaš, is a Croatian national who was born in 1975 and lives in Rijeka (Croatia). The case concerned his dismissal from two teaching posts, on the grounds that he had entered into a second marriage. Mr Travaš is a professor of theology. He was issued with a canonical mandate to teach Catholic religious education by the Rijeka Archdiocese, and in September 2003 he was offered an indefinite contract to teach the subject in two State high schools – where his salary was paid by the State. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen

EGMR: Forthcoming Hearing on 12 October 2016 – Grand Chamber hearing in the case Károly Nagy v. Hungary (application no. 56665/09)

The applicant, Károly Nagy, is a Hungarian national who was born in 1951 and lives in Gödöllő (Hungary). Mr Nagy was pastor of the Hungarian Calvinist Church. In June 2005, disciplinary proceedings were brought against him for being reported in a local newspaper as saying that State subsidies had been paid unlawfully to a Calvinist boarding school, and his service was immediately suspended and eventually terminated with effect from 1 May 2006 following a decision by the ecclesiastical courts. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen

EGMR: Forthcoming judgment on Tuesday 4 October 2016 – Travaš v. Croatia (no. 75581/13)

The applicant, Petar Travaš, is a Croatian national who was born in 1975 and lives in Rijeka (Croatia). The case concerns his dismissal from two teaching posts, on the grounds that he had entered into a second marriage. Mr Travaš is a professor of theology. He was issued with a canonical mandate to teach Catholic religious education by the Rijeka Archdiocese, and in September 2003 he was offered an indefinite contract to teach the subject in two State high schools – where his salary was paid by the State. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen