3 edition of Temporary work and labour law of the European Community and member states found in the catalog.
Temporary work and labour law of the European Community and member states
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editor, R. Blanpain ; [contributors], I. Asscher-Vonk ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Blanpain, R. 1932-, Asscher-Vonk, I. P.|
|LC Classifications||KJE2872 .T45 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||92045138|
The vast single labour market of the European Union continues to manifest an ever-increasing interdependence of economies, companies, trade unions and employees, calling once again for an update of Roger Blanpain’s magisterial European Labour Law. This Thirteenth Edition remains the preeminent practice guide in its field, covering the full. The book then provides a basic outline of employment law in each of the 27 Member States. In the three years since the first edition of this book was published in , much more This book reviews the evolution of labor law within the EU, analyzes the distinct regional approaches to employment and welfare, and looks at the pressures for change /5.
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Description of Employment. The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes employment in the following terms:  The EU's policy on employment goes little further than monitoring it, regulating some of its aspects and expressing concern that it is not in more plentiful supply. There are policies on vocational training, regional aid (through the structural funds) and hours of. The edition of the Labour Law and Employment Manual Clients will receive free online access to the manual with regular updates until 12 months from date of purchase. Clients will also receive complimentary access to more than CCMA and Bargaining Council awards until December Click here to place your order online.
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Recognizing the impact of the EU on labour law and especially the crucial role of the European Court of Justice, the Thirteenth Edition updates the book's case law regarding such important issues as free movement of labour, freedom of services, and equal treatment.4/5(1).
Furthermore, Member States had to review restrictions or prohibitions on the use of temporary agency work in order to comply with the directive. This book provides in-depth insight into the transposition of Directive //EC in national legislation, collective agreements, and practices throughout the European Union.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Temporary work and labour law of the European Community and member states. Deventer ; Boston: Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, The enlargement of the EU in and has led to greatly increased free movement of workers from 'new' to 'old' member states.
The unprecedented scale of this migration has had a profound impact on the regulation of labour law in : Rebecca Zahn. Attention is also given to the enforcement of European labour law through administrative or judicial mechanisms and the European social dialogue at intersectoral and sectoral levels.
This new edition has been extensively updated, as the EU's influence on this area of social policy continues to by: Member States shall not exclude from the scope of this Directive workers, contracts of employment or employment relationships solely because they relate to part-time workers, fixed-term contract workers or persons with a contract of employment or employment relationship with a temporary-work agency.
Article 4. Review of restrictions or. Member States shall not exclude from the scope of this Directive workers, contracts of employment or employment relationships solely because they relate to part-time workers, fixed-term contract workers or persons with a contract of employment or employment relationship with a temporary-work agency.
of the law of the Member States, and the Commission plays an important role as the Guardian of the Treaties in ensuring that agreed rules on employment and working conditions are correctly implemented and applied across the Member States.
A level playing field on employment and working conditions is an essential aspect of the Single Market. From the labour law perspective, the goals of the European centre of expertise, besides others, are to: assist the Commission in its role of ensuring a correct application of EU-law across all Member States and monitor reforms in labour legislation as part of the European Semester process within the context of the EU strategy.
Working Conditions - Temporary Agency Workers Temporary Agency Workers. The Directive on Temporary Agency Work (//EC) defines a general framework applicable to the working conditions of temporary workers in the European Directive aims to guarantee a minimum level of effective protection to temporary workers and to contribute to the development of the temporary work.
The European Labour Law Journal is a peer reviewed academic journal in the area of European labour law and social policy. European labour law is viewed in a wide sense. It includes labour law at the European Union level as well as labour law in the Member States.
Included is also a focus on developments of labour law at a global level taking. Temporary worker: a person with a contract of employment or an employment relationship with a temporary-work agency with a view to being posted to a user undertaking to work temporarily under its : Franklin Farell.
Member States’ courts in the same way as a violation of domestic law. Furthermore, national courts may submit doubtful questions in the interpretation of the treaty and the regulations to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for a preliminary ruling (Art. EC). The directives of the European Community are directed at the Member States as the.
concerning this employment legislation is made. European directives are addressed at the EU Member States who then have to implement them into to their national law within a specified time-frame.
The result of a directive is binding but the method of its implementation is the choice of the individual Member State. European regulations on the otherFile Size: KB.
Comparative Study  The comparative study was compiled on the basis of individual national reports submitted by EIRO's national centres. The text of each of these national reports is available below in Word format. The reports have not been edited or approved by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.
The national reports were drawn up. This book reviews the evolution of labour law within the EU, analyzes the distinct regional approaches to employment and welfare, and looks at the pressures for change within a further enlarged EU.
The authors then provide an outline of employment law in each of the 28 member states (including Croatia which joined the EU in ), and in Turkey Cited by: 1. An ‘employee’ is a party to an employment relationship characterised as a contract of employment (or contract of service) between the employer and employee.
However, this is only one of several different legal formulations of the concept of ‘worker’. The scope of the labour laws of the Member States of the EU may start with the concept of employee, but such a limited concept often.
European labour law. European labour law regulates basic transnational standards of employment and partnership at work in the European Union and countries adhering to the European Convention on Human Rights. The European Union, under the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, article (1) is able to use the ordinary legislation procedure on a list of labour law fields.
the Member States of the European Community and Switzer- the provisions of Annex I, shall have the right to provide a land, is: service in the territory of the other Contracting Party for a period not exceeding 90 days’ of actual work in a calendar (a) to accord a right of entry, residence, access to work as Size: KB.
European Parliament () Temporary contracts, precarious employment, employees’ fundamental rights and EU employment law, Committee on Petitions •Aristea Koukiadaki: Work and Equalities Institute, University of Manchester, UK ([email protected]) •Ioannis Katsaroumpas: University of Sussex, UK ([email protected]).
increase in the share of temporary contract workers with little or no protection from labour laws (ILO ). The latter segment of workers consists of those who are recruited by firms through third party contractors or temporary work agencies, and who lack the security of a definite tenure and basic social and employment Size: KB.EU rules on employment contracts: terms of employment, changes to staff contracts and consultation of staff.
Specific rules for fixed-term, part-time and temporary agency work. Obligations on redundancies and employment of young workers.European Union – EU employment law protects the rights of workers across the EU.
However, these laws often operate differently in different member states as most EU employment law is created at EU level and is then brought into national law by each member state – Areas covered by EU law include: – Working time, part-time and fixed-term work.