- an event characteristic of persons forming groups
- Her debut was the biggest social event of the season.
- Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
- the event is an expression of Austria's cultural, artistic or social identity;
- NIKI estimates that, in the event of liquidation, the social plan would cost EUR 5 million.
- The Austrian authorities clarified that Austrian law does not require shareholders to assume social costs in the event of insolvency.
- In the present case, the Commission notes that the costs of a social plan in the event of a company’s insolvency and in the event of closure of a production unit may be different from the social plan costs in the event of a reduction in production capacity, where the undertaking is still active on the market.
- when, in the event of the Economic and Social Committee being consulted under Article 262 of the EC Treaty, it considers that specific regional interests are involved.
- Reasonable hospitality costs at social events justified by the project, such as the end of project event or meetings of the project steering group are permitted.
- On the whole, the employees would therefore not be worse off than in the event of an orderly liquidation with a social plan.
- An “event of substantial social interest” shall for the purposes of this Act mean only those events referred to in an Ordinance issued under § 4 hereof.
- The aid should not in any event exceed the total amount of taxes and social contributions collected from shipping activities and seafarers.
- Social assistance (already approved by the Commission, see recital 3: the machinery rings organise relief farm personnel in the event of illness, accident and other such emergencies.
- As private holding companies voluntarily assume a certain level of social costs when they close business divisions or production units, Austrian Airlines is of the opinion that the level of social costs ÖIAG would have to assume voluntarily in the event of insolvency is equal to those arising in the event of structured liquidation.
- Therefore, the Commission is of the opinion that the cost of the additional social compensation does not overlap either with the cost of the social plans borne by the State which were in existence prior to the transfer, or with the social costs estimated previously in the event of the compulsory liquidation of SNCM.
- As regards the voluntary payment of social costs in the event of insolvency, Austrian Airlines emphasises that such payments by the controlling shareholder may be imperative for image reasons and in order to prevent social and industrial unrest within ‘sister companies’. Austrian Airlines also explains that a specific form of social partnership (Sozialpartnerschaft) between employers and employees’ representatives is typical in Austria.