1 edition of Labour law in Slovak Republic found in the catalog.
Labour law in Slovak Republic
by Kluwer Law International, Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers in Alphen aan den Rijn, Frederick, MD
Written in English
|Statement||Helena Barancová, Andrea Olšovská|
|LC Classifications||KJQ126 .B368 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||2011411595|
CHINA – Frontline Employment Law Update March > CZECH REPUBLIC - Czech LEX COVID overview > DENMARK - COVID Bill on new salary compensation scheme to employers has now finally been passed > DENMARK – COVID Raise of maximum compensation amount under the salary compensation scheme >. Slovakia (/ s l oʊ ˈ v æ k i ə,-ˈ v ɑː k-/ (); Slovak: Slovensko [ˈslɔʋɛnskɔ] ()), officially the Slovak Republic (Slovak: Slovenská republika, listen (help info)), is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is bordered by Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east, Hungary to the south, Austria to the southwest, and the Czech Republic to the northwest.. Slovakia's territory Calling code: +c.
Responsibility for the labour law regulation in the Slovak republic (individual and collective labour law - Labour Code, Act on collective bargaining, Act on minimum wage), preparation and authorisation of the official standpoints on various labour law issues, representation of the Slovak republic in the EU working groups (posting of workers Title: Head of Labour Relations . Discover the most important labour and employment rules, regulations and best practices exclusive to 25 key jurisdictions worldwide, conveniently together in one place – L&E Global’s Employment Law Overviews This series of informative and smartly-designed publications have become the relied upon “bible of choice” for g: Slovak Republic.
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(1) Labour-law relations between employees performing work on the territory of the Slovak Republic and foreign employer, as well as between aliens and stateless persons working on the territory of the Slovak Republic and employers registered in the territory of the Slovak Republic shall be.
Collection of Laws OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC YEAR Issued: Time version of the regulation effective from The content of this document is legally binding. ACT of 2 February, on labour inspection and on amendment of the Act. 82/ Coll. on illegal work and illegal employment and on amendment of certain acts.
Employment Law in Slovakia. The law that stipulates all the duties and rights concerning employment in the Slovak Republic is the Labor Code, as amended by latest Acts.
The code covers all branches of employment regulation, such as employment contracts, working conditions etc.5/5(3). FAOLEX: Slovakia (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) database of national Labour law in Slovak Republic book and regulations on food, agriculture, and renewable natural resources.
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Pursuant to the Labour Code, the employer is entitled to the free selection of employees. The employer determines the conditions and methods for the implementation of this right, unless otherwise stipulated by this Act, special regulations or any international treaty to which the Slovak Republic is bound.
labour-law relations under a special act on equal treatment in certain areas and on the protection against discrimination and on amending of certain acts (the Anti- discrimination Act).File Size: KB. Labour and Employment.
The role of the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic is to continually modernize labour legislation with the aim of increasing employment.
It strives to create a balanced labour market while equally providing protection for employees and fulfilling the requests of employers. The Slovak labor law stands on the principle of equal treatment of employees in employment relations.
Under this principle, the Antidiscrimination Act (Act No. / Coll. as amended) prohibits any discrimination (whether, direct, indirect or harassment) in employment relations on grounds of gender, religion or faith, race, national or ethnic origin.
From the shop. Noerr is a first-class European law firm – with more than professionals, five offices in Germany, seven in Central and Eastern Europe, an office in. Slovakia. The state administrative bodies with responsibility in the field of labour inspection are the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic, the National Labour Inspectorate, which has its seat in Košice, and eight Labour Inspectorates, which are situated and have jurisdiction over areas which correspond to.
The Slovak Republic Constitution stipulates the principle of equality before the law and non-discrimination in general on all grounds, including on the basis of age.
In addition, the prohibition on the grounds of age is guaranteed by several significant human rights documents that are binding for the Slovak Republic. Employment legal relationships are regulated by the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia, the norms of international law which are binding on the Republic of Latvia, this Law and other regulatory enactments, as well as by collective agreements and working procedure regulations.
Section Size: KB. The full wording of Act no. / on Personal Data Protection as amended by Act no. 84/ was published in the Collection of Laws of the Slovak republic under number / The Office prepared English version of the act which is now available for you. The administrative difficulties that accompany the employment of the above-mentioned foreigners are similar to those for the employment of Slovak citizens.
The employer has the duty to inform (informing the Labour Office of the employment of a foreigner) he/she is obliged to keep a copy of the residence card for the whole duration of employment.
Labour Law and Employment in the Czech Republic – Guide. Labour law in the Czech Republic regulates the legal relations arising in connection with the performance of dependent work between employees and their employers, labour relations of collective nature and other aspect related to employment.
Slovak Republic - Labour Relations and Social Dialogue Author: Dr. Marek Švec 1 Executive Summary as already can be characterized as a period of profound structural societal, economic and legisla-tive change.
It was the result not only of the persisting global economic crisis but. Slovak law grants influence to employees’ representatives in case of termination of employment.
Any termination of employment by unilateral action of employer must be consulted with employees’ representatives before making such termination, otherwise it is considered to be null and void.
The Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic drafts and implements laws and regulations in area of labour, social affairs and family policies. Activities The Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic was the Managing Authority for the Operational Programme Employment and Social Inclusion.Global employment briefing: Slovak Republic, June Europe; Employment law; Implementation of EU’s Intra-Corporate Directive.
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º Have permanent residence in the Slovak Republic (“Slovakia”), or º Are physically present in Slovakia for days, or more, in a calendar year, self-employment activities in Slovakia, or have rented real estate in Slovakia.