- 05 Feb 2019
- Dorothée David
11 February 2019:
- Displaying the election notice
The election notice must be put on display at least one month before the ballot, so on 11 February at the latest, and must include the following information:
- date and location of the election
- opening and closing times of the ballot (at least one hour)
- number of staff representatives and deputies to be elected
- where employees will be able to find out the names of the candidates
- conditions for the passive electorate
- number of employees who, in accordance with article L. 411-1 of the Labour Code, are taken into account when calculating staff numbers, with details about how this is calculated.
A template election notice is available in the employers’ area of the website MyGuichet.lu, accessible with the login details provided by the ITM.
- Deadline for requesting ministerial authorisation for postal voting
For employees due to be absent on the day of the ballot for reasons inherent in the way work is organised within the company (for example a business trip or overseas project) or due to illness, a work accident, maternity leave or other leave, a request for postal voting can be submitted to the Minister of Labour.
The request for authorisation for postal voting must be submitted by the head of the company or by the staff delegation to the Ministry of Labour no later than 11 February 2019. The Minister of Labour will give its decision in the form of a decree specifying the terms and conditions for postal voting.
Companies working from Tuesday to Saturday:
The applicable date for these two processes in companies working from Tuesday to Saturday is 9 February 2019.
The 11 February date only relates to companies working from Monday to Friday, or with a continuous work system.