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By Sychenko, Elena
In recent years there has been a substantial debate over the interconnection between labour rights and human rights. Consequently, the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) concerning substantive individual labour rights, or 'rights at work', is coming to gr ...
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By Blanpain, Roger
More and more the modern workplace faces challenges of diversity and employability. There is an increasingly insistent need to match workforce diversity, or workers' own characteristics and choices, with employers' organizational and business requirements. In this context, the no ...
By Palinkas, Ivana
The formerly communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have witnessed a profound transformation of their labour laws since the 1990s and, especially, after their accession to the European Union. Today, in comparison to the other Member States, they continue to have ...
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