Legal methodology issues in EU law in the area of labour law cases - With special emphasis on transfer of undertakings and discrimination
Methodology of EU law concerns mainly three issues: establishing the substantive content of EU law, the application of law by organs of Member States
(precedence and conformity with EU law by interpretation) and the substantive coordination of EU law and domestic law.
Termination of the employment contract in agency work
The regulation on the termination of the employment relationship is always debated. An essential guarantee for employees' job security might
appear to be a disproportionate burden on the employers' side.
Fixed-term contracts in Poland: protection or flexibility?
The aim of this paper is to present regulations and practice concerning fixed-term contracts in Poland. I am also going to consider if the Polish Labour Code (LC)
provides for an effective protection against the widespread practice of conluding fixed-term contracts, which are long-lasting and as such incompatible with the
nature of this form of employment.
Jan Pichrt – Martin tefko:
Alternative ways of dispute resolution in Czech labour relations
There is a uniform system of state courts in the Czech Republic. No specialized Labour Courts exist that would create an independent judicial system and whose
jurisdiction would cover the scope of individual labour disputes and/or disputes arising from collective agreements.
Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez:
The termination of employment contracts in Spain: the flexibilization of its regime in crisis' years
Since the economic crisis started to show its effects in Spain midway through 2007, its effects have been present, with special intensity, in the field of industrial relations and, specifically, in the area of work
Labour, Law and Economics
I have been asked to share a few considerations on the relationship between 'market logics' and 'juridical rules' in the perspective of labour law.
Beside my partial, limited knowledge of the economic literature (not unlike, I believe, most Italian jurists with a traditional academic background)
I must immediately admit two difficulties.