Employment Law 


Covid-19 crisis: Employment

UPDATED: 2020, 6 May

  • Quarantine regime is extended until 31 May, 24:00
  • The main changes are related to travelling restrictions 

TRP for business & work purposes in Lithuania

Please find an overview of temporary residence permits (TRPs) applicable for non-EU nationals arriving to reside in Lithuania for business and work purposes. We hope that you will find this overview beneficial. We are ready to analyse available options in more detail with your team.

Foreigners working in Lithuania: new obligation to provide data

An obligation to provide LDU notifications arises to the employers, who are: (i) employing non-EU nationals; (ii) hosting foreigners (nationals of EU and other countries) posted to Lithuania. LDU notifications should be submitted through e-system EDAS of the Social Security Fund Board (Sodra).

The International Dismissal Survey 2018

Deloitte Legal has announced the results of the fourth international dismissal study. This study examines procedures of employment termination upon initiative of the employer in 45 countries and provides the employers with a forecast of potential dismissal costs.

ICT Directive implementation in Lithuania

On 17 October 2017 amendments to the Regulation on Issuance of Temporary Residence Permits in Lithuania (the Regulation) entered into force. Together with the Law on Legal Status of Foreigners it implements EU Directive 2014/66/EU on intra corporate transfers (ICT Directive).

New Labour Code in Lithuania

What to expect?

On 6 June 2017 the Lithuanian Parliament adopted amendments to the new Labour Code and thus finally clarified the content of the Code. Please find below an overview of the novelties introduced by the new Labour Code, which enters into force on 1 July 2017.

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