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Labour Law in Finland

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ISBN13: 9789041113665
ISBN: 9041113665
Published: June 2000
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This book begins with a short overview of Finland's geography and population, political and legal systems, and economy. The Introduction further discusses the history of the labour relations system and the role of government organs within the system. Part I discusses the law of the individual employment relationship: the individual employment contract; rights and duties of the contract parties; health and safety at work; employee privacy; working time and annual vacations; job security and other matters concerned with the end of the relationship; protection against discrimination; and settlement of disputes over rights. In Part II, collective labour relations are discussed: trade union freedom; the associations network; workplace participation and other institutionalized relations between employers and employees; general framework and law of collective agreements; and industrial action.

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Contents:
The Author. List of Abbreviations. Introduction.
1. General Background.
2. Definitions and Notions 3. Historical Background.
4. The Role of Government in Labour Law and Industrial Relations.
5. Sources of Labour Law.
6. Private International Labour Law.
7. Selected Bibliography. Part I: The Individual Employment Relationship.
1. Definitions and Concepts.
2. Rights and Duties of the Parties in the Course of the Employment Relationship.
3. Working Time, Annual Vacations, Holidays.
4. Remuneration.
5. Suspension of the Execution of the Employment Contract.
6. End of Employment Relationship.
7. Protection of Certain Categories of Employees; Discrimination.
8. Covenant of Non-Competition; Statute of Limitations; Inventions by Employees.
9. Settlement of Disputes over Rights. Part II: Collective Labour Relations.
1. Trade Union Freedom.
2. The Trade Unions and the Employers' Associations.
3. Institutionalized Relations between Employers and Employees.
4. Collective Bargaining.
5. Industrial Action. Index.