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by Taco Van Peijpe

Author: Taco Van Peijpe
Subcategory: Business
Language: English
Publisher: Kluwer Law International; 1 edition (December 19, 1997)
Pages: 184 pages
Category: Law
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Employment Protection Under Strain book. Employment Protection under Strain:Sweden, Denmark, and The Netherlands (Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations 33). ISBN.

Employment Protection Under Strain book. 904110528X (ISBN13: 9789041105288).

Employment Protection under Strain - Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Set (Paperback). Taco Van Peijpe (author).

Series: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Set (Book 51.

Series: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Set (Book 51). Paperback: 364 pages. ISBN-13: 978-9041122537. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Se. Although no one disputes that employment relations worldwide have been greatly affected by globalisation, no clear consensus has emerged on the nature and significance of this impact.

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Set. English.

As matters stand, employees - who were dependent upon the bankruptcy not only for their income but also for their employment and social security - have little to expect in terms of payment of arrears of pay, protection against dismissal, continued employment in the event of a business.

As matters stand, employees - who were dependent upon the bankruptcy not only for their income but also for their employment and social security - have little to expect in terms of payment of arrears of pay, protection against dismissal, continued employment in the event of a business transfer, or participation rights. This work opens this far-reaching and hugely important issue by comparing employee rights in bankruptcy among four major European trading partners: the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Germany

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series (August). The Chequered History of the Alliance for Jobs. Brown, William, Deakin, Simon, Nash, David and Oxenbridge, Sarah. The Employment Contract: From Collective Procedures to Individual Rights.

BCLR stands for Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations. BCLR is defined as Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations rarely. Challenges of European employment relations; employment regulation

The Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, previously the Minister of Labour (French: Ministre du Travail), is the minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet who is responsible for setting national labour standards.

The Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, previously the Minister of Labour (French: Ministre du Travail), is the minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet who is responsible for setting national labour standards and federal labour dispute mechanisms. Most of the responsibility for labour belongs with the provinces; however, the federal government is responsible for labour issues in industries under its jurisdiction.

Employment protection legislation-the set of laws governing the initiation of open-ended and temporary contracts, as well as the termination of contractual relationships, both individually or collectively-has been at the centre of debates on labour market reforms. Nevertheless, the very existence of legal provisions often does not tell much about how strict regulations are in a given country, nor the degree of protection afforded to workers, which will also depend on complementary policies such as income support for the unemployed.

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations. 9. Comparative Labour Law and Policy Journal. Ed. by: R. Blanpain. Kluwer Law International.

During the 1980s and 1990s, the strain of market forces and neo-liberal policies affected the employment protection systems of many countries.

Employment Protection under Strain compares developments in Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands with a social collectivist system of labour law and industrial relations. The study also addresses and contextualizes differences in the systems of industrial relations and their historical development.

The description and analysis of employment protection includes the protective functions of the law, its connection to collective bargaining, the system of dispute resolution, and the developments in related social security arrangements. The impact of the European Union and the prospects for employment protection in the European context receive special attention.

This book also takes a broad comparative approach, providing a global account of employment protection in the United States, Japan, and Germany, which reflects respectively the characteristics of a liberal, an exclusive, and an inclusive model of employment protection.

The comparison highlights contradictory elements and tendencies within each of the systems and thereby provides a valuable examination of current trends indicating the chances of survival of social collectivist policies in Europe.