General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

VacancyCentre has recently launched its new website and is proud to say that a big focus was put on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to be in line with the most recent changes of personal data processing that were made public in May 2016, and required to be implemented by businesses and organisation by May of this year.


Case Study – Richard Charles Manning vs Wheels Yachting Limited

The applicant was engaged as an engineer on board the vessel M/Y Wheels, registered in Valletta, Malta. On the 30th of October, 2013 the applicant resigned from his position and proceeded to submit an application with the Industrial Tribunal alleging that this resignation was the result of a ‘constructive dismissal’ and that he should consequently be compensated.


Case Study – Raycine Cassar vc Accreda Limited

Raycine Cassar claims that the termination of her employment was unfair and not based on a valid reason. On the 23rd July 2012 Cassar was handed a written warning because of her negative approach especially with respect to her line manager and also due to the fact that when she was asked to follow the appropriate dress code she showed that she did not care to do so.


Avoid Legal Problems

As employees’ rights are becoming increasingly well known and as employees are becoming more and more aware of their rights in the workplace, employers cannot afford to ignore or completely mishandle employment problems.


The Employment Act

Human resources are the only natural resource our country has and thus needed to be protected. And since Malta depended a great deal on its workforce, its economic progress could only be achieved if this is tied up with social development – this is what, at the end of the day, will improve the quality of life of the Maltese citizens.