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Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Social Security and European Integration : Proceedings of the European Congress of the International Society for Labour Law and Social Security Law (2002: Stockholm, Sweden) :  Proceedings of the European Congress of the International Society for Labour Law and Social Security Law (2002: Stockholm, Sweden) - Roger Blanpain

Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Social Security and European Integration : Proceedings of the European Congress of the International Society for Labour Law and Social Security Law (2002: Stockholm, Sweden)

Proceedings of the European Congress of the International Society for Labour Law and Social Security Law (2002: Stockholm, Sweden)

Paperback Published: June 2003
ISBN: 9789041120106
Number Of Pages: 484

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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 of his or her work.Can we get at the root of this serious problem? We can at least determine if our existing legal systems, especially in the area of collective bargaining, discrimination, social security and European integration are able and ready to tackle the world-of-work challenges that confront us. And if they are not, we can begin to formulate a basis for new and effective labour and social security laws. This was in fact the essential impetus for the European Conference of the International Society of Labour Law and Social Security held in Stockholm in September 2002, a ground-breaking conference of which this book is the written record.In general, the papers stress the European situation, as it is in the EU, both as it exists today and as it is likely to be in the foreseeable future, a community of twenty-five nations, that the major work challenges are felt, and that the legal debate on relevant issues is strongest and most open. However, the twenty-four distinguished authors include representatives from countries as far-flung as Belarus and Congo, Korea and Turkey, and with these contributions the analysis extends to a study of fundamental rights as they actually exist under a wide variety of labour and social security law regimes in today's world. Collective Bargaining, Discrimination, Social Security and European Integration should not be overlooked by any policymaker or academic in the fields of labour and industrial relations law or social security law. It is one of the most detailed and current investigations we have of a situation that threatens to become a crisis in contemporary law and society.

Editorialp. vii
List of Contributorsp. xi
The Autonomy of Collective Agreementp. 1
Collective Bargaining and the Law in Central and Eastern Europe: Recent Trends and Issuesp. 49
EC law on Justification for Sex Discrimination in Working Lifep. 103
Freedom of Movement and Transfer of Social Security Rightsp. 153
Analysis of Cases of Application of Community Regulations to Non-community Workersp. 205
The Relationship between the State and Trade Unions on the Labour Market: the Belarusian Casep. 223
Role of the Trade Union in Negotiation on Collective Labour Contracts, Chinap. 231
The Autonomy of the Collective Agreement in the Context of Globalisation. Views of the Congolese Labour Lawp. 253
Collective Agreements in Croatiap. 273
Basic Problems of Collective Bargaining in the Czech Republicp. 289
The Situations and Improvement of Working Conditions of Foreign Workers in Koreap. 293
Collective Bargaining in Romaniap. 297
The Autonomy of Collective Agreements, Russiap. 327
The Autonomy of the Collective Agreement in Serbia and Montenegrop. 339
Justification for Sex Discrimination in the Workplace in South Africap. 353
Equal Opportunities for Men and Women and a Balanced Distribution of Family Responsibilities: A Collective Bargaining Perspective in Spainp. 377
The Inclusion of the European Collective Agreement as one of the Sources of Community Social Law, Spainp. 381
The Collective Agreement in the New Economic and Productive Context, Spainp. 391
Pay Discrimination and the Health Rights of Working Women: Legislative Regulation versus Regulation by Collective Bargaining in Spainp. 397
Sexual Harassment and Collective Bargaining in Spainp. 401
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 Systemp. 405
Gender Equality in Labour Law; A Turkish Perspectivep. 421
Misunderstanding the Swedish modelp. 437
Proceedings of the Congressp. 457
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ISBN: 9789041120106
ISBN-10: 9041120106
Series: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 484
Published: June 2003
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.69