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Jan PICHRT and Martin TEFKO:
Alternative ways of dispute resolution in Czech labour relations
Telework in Hungary - Legislative, Jurisdictionary and Labour Market Policy Experiences
Requirement of reasonable accommodation under Hungarian employment law
A bridge too far?
The Hungarian regulation of economically dependent work
Termination of the employment contract in agency work
Work accident compensation in Hungarian labour law - liability rules and compensation
Are Collaborative Workers Employees?
Mediation and Conciliation in Italian labour law
Legal position of trade unions in Polish Collective Labour Law: enterprise-based trade union.
Dagmara SKUPIEŃ - Maciej ŁAGA - Łukasz PISARCZYK:
Polish labour law: the impact of the economic crisis and demographic problems
Andrzej Marian ŚWIĄTKOWSKI:
Free Movement of Labour - A Polish Perspective
Fixed-term contracts in Poland: protection or flexibility?
Teresa COELHO MOREIRA:
No country for young people? The youth (un)employment in Portugal
Labour dispute mediation in Romania: an alternative way?
Daria V. CHERNYAEVA:
Mediation in employment dispute settlement in Russia
Darja SENČUR PEČEK:
The Scope of Labour Law Protecton in Slovenia or who are Employers Obliged to Grant the Labour Law Protection to
Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez:
The termination of employment contracts in Spain: the flexibilization of its regime in crisis' years
Gizem SARIBAY ÖZTÜRK:
Domestic Workers' Working Hours in Turkey
In light of ILO Convention No. 189
Kübra Doğan YENISEY - Seda Ergüneş EMRAĞ:
Mandatory mediation in labour law: A Draft Bill in Turkey
'All in this together?'
UK Labour Market Reforms under the Coalition Government
Dr. Nikolett HŐS:
The role of general principles and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in the case law of the European Court of Justice in relation to age discrimination
The development of EU law in the field of occupational health and safety: a new way of thinking
José María MIRANDA BOTO:
The competence of the EU concerning the right to strike
Legal methodology issues in EU law in the area of labour law cases - With special emphasis on transfer of undertakings and discrimination
Carol Daugherty RASNIC:
Is affirmative action fair or inherently unfair?
A look at the American version and some comparisons with other countries
Regulatory Techniques for 'Virtual Workers'
Daniel Pérez del PRADO:
What is a Labour Foundation? A Comparative Perspective
Freedom of services and trade unions: Could alliance be provided as a cross-border service?
Edit KAJTÁR - Bruno MESTRE:
Social networks and employees' right to privacy in the pre-employment stage: some comparative remarks and interrogations
Carol Daugherty RASNIC:
What the German Bundestag might have learned from the U.S. Congress on workers' right to strike
Justifications of the right to strike: from the rule of force to the rule of law
Labour, Law and Economics
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