After the successful completion of the course, students are expected to delve into the issues taught, critically approach the current relevant jurisprudence and bibliography, cultivate their skills in writing and presenting papers, and be able to deal independently with new problems that arise in the field of collective labour law.
Course Content (Syllabus)
The subject of the course is the law of collective labor disputes and their relation to the Constitution. The content and interpretation of collective bargaining agreements. The power of particular principles that have been formulated, such as the principle of most favorable regulation. Labor regulations and their relationship to other sources of labor law, such as the law and the Constitution. The manner of exercising the right to strike and its case law.
collective bargaining agreements, principle of most favorable regulation, labor regulations, right to strike