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  1. The book opens with an introduction to the conventions and then presents contributions of experts working for various organisations which are of extreme importance for the implementation and understanding of standards: the Committee of Experts of the ILO, the Council of Europe, a national government, university professors, a judge, a government advisor from an East European country, and a trade union. The book concludes with a chapter in whi...
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  2. This book explores the intricate, complex, and sometimes contentious relationship between the European Union’s agenda for a free internal market and the protection of labour standards within the European Union. Its immediate focus is on recent legal developments, both in case law and in legislation.
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  3. Our social security systems face many challenges. Economic crises, the ageing of the population and changing employment patterns call for a reorientation of policies. In the last few decades the introduction of private elements has often been advocated as a way forward. This book addresses the questions to which this privatisation gives rise.
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  4. The position of non-EU migrants in social security is problematic. Many European states reduce access to social benefits for categories of migrants whose presence is not desired. At the same time the scope of application of the national systems is becoming more confined to the national borders, as, for example, countries take measures to reduce the exportability of benefits. These two trends of exclusion and retrenchment particularly affect ir...
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  5. This book deals with certain legal aspects of the European social dialogue as described in the Articles 138 and 139 EC Treaty. On the one hand, legal problems with regard to the conclusion and implementation of agreements between the European social partners' organisations are discussed. On the other hand, the relation between the European social partners' organisations and the EC institutions is scrutinised. The thesis also gives some ideas f...
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  6. Computers, software and cyberspace have a huge impact on the personal and working life of people. It is therefore no surprise that with the introduction of modern information and communication technologies, the subject of privacy in the employment context has moved to the forefront. This book provides a broad picture of the legal regulation of employment privacy with regard to surveillance and monitoring within the Member States of the Europea...
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  7. The employment contract has, in a relatively short time, developed into the atom of the normative structuralization of labour relations. In this book it is analysed from the perspective of inclusion and exclusion (as to its form, its content, and the working persons to be covered). To those interested in recent developments in labour law, and the often contested regulation of its adjoining fields, the book offers a careful analysis of developm...
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  8. On 16 May 2009, the EC Directive 2009/38 (Recast Directive) has been published in the Official Journal. With effect from 6 June 2011, the EC Directive 94/45 on the establishment of a European Works Council or a procedure in Community-scale undertakings and Community-scale groups of undertakings for the purposes of informing and consulting employees will be repealed. It will be substituted by the Recast Directive.
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  9. Within the European Union, social security basically remains a national field of competence. The lack of common norms has paved the way for a large disparity in social protection between EU Member States, which is not conducive to the European single market. Moreover, it may lead to an increase in poverty and social exclusion and intensify economic competition between Member States. At the same time, almost all EU Member States are bound by on...
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  10. This volume deals with the complicated relationship between posting of workers in the EU and collective labour law. It does so from a legal perspective but the author does not refrain from looking at the economic and social context in order to better understand the legal construction of said relationship.
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