Employment Law I
Most personal work conflicts are due to inadequate routines for avoiding such conflicts, and for how conflicts that do arise can be handled and solved. The result is often that the extent of the conflict increases and becomes more complicated. This is largely due to poor employer understanding of the basic principles of labour law, and causes major economic and personal problems for the parties.
1st session :
Sources of labour law. Recruitment process. Equal opportunity and anti-discrimination. Employment conditions. The form and content of the employment contract.
2nd session :
Employment terms: permanent or temporary employment, probation. Substitutes. Wage terms. Collective labour law. Holiday and holiday allowance. Sick leave and sickness benefit. Leave of absence.
3rd. session :
Job protection regulation and termination of employment contracts. Dismissal, suspension and discharge.
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