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Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Germany 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9789041100160
ISBN: 9041100164
Published: January 1996
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This monograph covers the labour law and industrial relations in Germany. While the Western part has grown into a prosperous democracy, the Eastern part has followed a strict centralized planning system. Of course these developments had and still have their effect on the German labour law and industrial relations. It covers the individual employment relationship and the collective labour law.

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Contents:
1. General Background.
2. Definitions and Notions.
3. Historical Background.
4. The Role of the Government.
5. Sources of Labour Law. Part I: The Individual Employment Relationship.
1. Definitions and Concepts.
2. The Conclusion of the Individual Labour Contract.
3. Duties of the Parties in the Course of the Employment Relationship.
4. Working Time, Holidays and Annual Vacation 5. Remuneration and Benefits.
6. Workers' Liability.
7. Termination of the Individual Labour Contract.
8. Covenant of Non-Competition Inventions by the Worker.
9. The Settlement of Individual Labour Disputes. Part II: Collective Labour Law.
1. The Freedom of Association.
2. The Trade Unions and the Employers' Associations.
3. Collective Bargaining.
4. Conflict Resolution.
5. Institutionalized Forms of Workers' Participation: The Works Constitution.
6. Workers' Representation on the Supervisory Board.
7. The Role of the Courts in Collective Labour Law.