Czech Republic: Critical Legal Analysis on Dogmatic and Current Issues of Labor Law

Štefko, Martin (2022) Czech Republic: Critical Legal Analysis on Dogmatic and Current Issues of Labor Law. In: Fundamentals of Labor Law in Central Europe. Legal Studies on Central Europe . Central European Academic Publishing, Miskolc, Budapest, pp. 135-162. ISBN 978-615-6474-12-4; 978-615-6474-13-1 (eBook)

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The purpose of this chapter is to analyze Czech labor law. The first part describes its position in the Czech legal order, the parts of which it is composed, and the ‘big’ legislative compromise derived by the Czech legislature, when the more flexible approach was taken after the millennium. The second part identifies two key legal issues that need to be addressed in relation to Czech labor law in the post-COVID period. The Czech political representatives have not yet been able to agree on basic conceptual measures to protect society, the country, or the economy. The indebtedness of the country and individuals is rising, as is mortality and the domestic violence rate. The Czech society is split, both ideologically and as far as the discourse between generations is concerned. Some people want to protect themselves, while others want to live even at the expense of those facing a threat.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: H Social Sciences / társadalomtudományok > HD Industries. Land use. Labor / ipar, földhasználat, munkaügy > HD3 Labor / munkaügy
K Law / jog > K Law (General) / jogtudomány általában
K Law / jog > KZ Law of Nations / nemzeti jogrendszerek
Depositing User: Beáta Bavalicsné Kerekes
Date Deposited: 13 Dec 2022 14:55
Last Modified: 13 Dec 2022 14:55

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