Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Social Security and European Integration

Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Social Security and European Integration

by Kli


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Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Social Security and European Integration by Kli

Although nominally protected by a plethora of laws, and championed in several well-intentioned declarations and charters, today's worker often feels adrift on an uncharted sea subject to unpredictable currents that have nothing to do with the quality

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789041120106
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory
Publication date: 06/26/2003
Series: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Set Series
Pages: 498
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Editorial; R. Blanpain
List of Contributors

I. General Reports
A. Collective Bargaining
1. The Autonomy of Collective Agreements; N. Bruun
2. Collective Bargaining and the Law in Central and Eastern Europe: Recent Trends and Issues; G. Casale
B. Discrimination. EC law on Justification for Sex Discrimination in Working Life; T. K. Hervey
C. Social Security
1. Freedom of Movement and Transfer of Social Security Rights; A. Numhauser-Henning
2. Analysis of Cases of Application of Community Workers; J. A. Sagardoy

II. National Reports
A. Belarus: The Relationship between the State and Trade Unions on the Labour Market: the Belarusian Case; Y. Kryvoi
B. Congo: The Autonomy of the Collective Convention in the Context of Globalisation as regard to Congolese Labour Law; A. Kayembe Tabu
C. Croatia: Collective Agreements in Croatia; I. Grigurev
D. Czech Republic: Basic Problems of Collective Bargaining in the Czech Republic; P. Hurka
E. Korea: The Situations and Improvement of Working Conditions of Foreign Workers in Korea; Hagchun Lee
F. Romania: Collective Bargaining in Romania; L. E. Dima
G. Russia: The Autonomy of Collective Agreements; Z. Gorbacheva
H. Serbia and Montenegro: The Autonomy of the Collective Agreement in Serbia and Montenegro; S. Jasarevic
I. South Africa: Justification of Sex Discrimination in the Workplace in South Africa; D. du Toit
J. Spain:
1. Equal Opportunities for Men and Women and a Balanced Distribution of Family Responsibilities: A Collective Bargaining Perspective in Spain; M. Alonso Bravo
2. The Inclusion of the European Collective Agreement as One of the Sources of Community Social Law; L. Dueñas Herrero
3. The Collective Agreement in the New Economic and Productive Context; E. Gonzalez-Posada Martinez
4. Pay Discrimination and the Health Rights of Working of Working Women: Legislative Regulation versus Regulation by Collective Bargaining in Spain; A. Escudero Prieto
5. Sexual Harassment and Collective Bargaining in Spain; A. Murcia Claveria
6. Analysis of three Aspects of the Spanish Collective Bargaining from the Point of View of Equal Treatment for Men and Women: Access to Employment, Promotion and Training System; N. Serrano Argüello
K. Turkey: Gender Equality in Labour Law; K. D. Yenisey
L. Sweden: Misunderstanding the Swedish model; S. Nycander

Proceedings of the Conference; A. Bronstein

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