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Labor and social security laws in various EC countries and Switzerland

Labor and social security laws in various EC countries and Switzerland

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Published by Law Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Economic countries.,
  • Switzerland.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor laws and legislation -- European Economic countries,
    • Social security -- Law and legislation -- European Economic countries,
    • Labor laws and legislation -- Switzerland,
    • Social security -- Law and legislation -- Switzerland

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by the staff of the Law Library ; M. Tahar Ahmedouamar, coordinator.
      ContributionsAhmedouamar, Mohamed Tahar., Law Library of Congress (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJE2855 .L326 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3367596M
      LC Control Number2004438967

      International Encyclopedia of Laws: Social Security Law in Poland [Andrzej Marian Swiatkowski] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book describes the social security regime in Poland. It conveys a clear working knowledge of the legal mechanics affecting health care. The European Community’s labor law in the rst place is thelaw of its different labor law in Europe is marked byEuropean Community law. harmonisation of the Member States’ social security and cooperation in socialissues (Art. et seq., et seq. EEC) as well as on equal pay for men and women (Art. EEC).

      Sweden: Employment & Labour Law ICLG - Employment & Labour Laws and Regulations - Sweden covers common issues in employment and labour laws and regulations – terms and conditions of employment, employee representation and industrial relations, discrimination, maternity and family leave rights and business sales – in 51 jurisdictions. Old Age, Disability, and Survivors Regulatory Framework. First and current laws: (old-age and survivor pensions), (disability pensions), (occupational pensions), and (social insurance). Type of program: Social insurance and mandatory occupational pension system. Coverage. Base pension: All persons resident in Switzerland or those who are gainfully employed there.

      An old age pension system was also established by the Act of In , a Social Security Board was set up to administer social security measures in the United States. Later on, the term ‘social security’ was adopted in various countries, of course, in different forms. The introduction of social security measures in India is expectedly. Employment law in Switzerland – an overview. This website contains basic information about employment law in Switzerland:» The General Aspects of a Contract of Employment.


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Labor and social security laws in various EC countries and Switzerland Download PDF EPUB FB2

The International Society for Labour and Social Security Law is an international association whose purpose is to study labour and social security law at the national and international level, to promote the exchange of ideas and information from a comparative perspective, and to encourage collaboration among academics, lawyers, and other experts within the fields of labour and social security law.

Swiss labor law in SwitzerlandSwiss labor law is much more flexible and liberal than labor laws in many other countries of Europe. Nevertheless, there is still legislation for the protection of workers (general protection of workers, work duration and rest periods, young workers, pregnant women) and the relationship between employers and employees (individual employment contract, collective.

Social security. Sickness insurance in Switzerland comprises mandatory insurance for healthcare (payment of the costs of care in the event of illness, maternity and, secondarily, in the event of an accident) and optional insurance for daily allowances.

As far as maternity is concerned the benefits in kind are provided under the Law onFile Size: KB. THE REGULATION OF LABOR* J UAN C. B OTERO S IMEON D JANKOV R AFAEL L A P ORTA F LORENCIO L OPEZ-DE-S ILANES A NDREI S HLEIFER We investigate the regulation of labor markets through employment, collec-tive relations, and social security laws in 85 Size: KB.

Developing countries, like advanced countries, evince substantial differences in labor institutions that could impact economic outcomes and growth. To quantify this variation, I summarize in Table 1 the mean and standard deviation of five measures of the institutional orientation of formal sector labor markets.

The five measures are: the labor component from the Fraser Institute's () index Cited by: An international social security law Codex provides the main international texts, in English, that regulate social security in the industrialized nations.

A volume of case law, currently containing English texts of relevant cases from the Court of Justice of the EC, will when completed include important jurisprudence of various international. the prevailing wisdom: “Labor market policies – minimum wages, job security regulations, and social security – are usually intended to raise welfare or reduce exploitation.

But they actually work to raise the cost of labor in the formal sector and reduce labor demand. There are branches, however, where the social partners have not bargained.

In various sectors, an annual number of working hours has been introduced so as to allow employers more flexibility. Forthe average weekly number of hours worked was in Switzerland. A regulation governing social security between two countries. A bilateral agreement on social security determines the rights and obligations of a citizen from one signatory state in relation to the social security system of another signatory state.

The aim is to ensure the equal treatment of citizens from both Switzerland and the other state. Legal sources. The following laws define the conditions under which people in Switzerland may be employed: The new Swiss Federal Constitution regulates some normative principles and the skills of the individual authorities, namely the competence of the Confederation and the cantons.; Fundamentally, the individual labor contract law, is written down in the Swiss Code of Obligations (OR).

The parliament strove nevertheless to ensure that the new laws were compatible with the agreement on free movement of persons in force between Switzerland and the EU. In this context, the federal ordinance on employment service was amended in December.

2 Social security: Issues, challenges and prospects social dialogue; and implications for future ILO work.2 In this report a chapter is de-voted to each of these topics. The report begins by looking at the global context in which social security schemes are now operating and the relevance of social security to the goal of decent Size: KB.

The book argues that there is a mismatch between the realities of the developing world and the social, economic, and political underpinnings of labor laws that were developed in post-colonial times. Hourly social insurance expenditures and labor-related taxes.

U.S. dollars. HTM. XLS. Labor market. Unemployment rate - Total. Percent of civilian labor force. HTM. – – Employment-population ratio - Total. Percent of civilian working-age population. HTM. – – Labor force participation rate. Labor force. Employment law in Switzerland: Provisions of the Code of Obligations (CO) relating to minimum wage, references, termination of employment or inability to work due to accident, illness or pregnancy.

4) Employment protection regulations and related laws shift output and employment to informal sectors and reduce gross labor mobility. 5) Mandated benefits increase labor costs and reduce employment modestly while the costs of others are shifted largely to labor, with some variation among countries.

The journal Employees & Employers: Labour Law and Social Security Review (Delavci in delodajalci) was founded in with the intention to develop and promote scientific research and knowledge in the fields of labour and social law and to promote the dialogue between the academic and research community and the experts in practice as well as the social partners.

The contract of employment in Switzerland is divided into to: the individual employment contract which is a contract between an employer and an employee for a determinate or indeterminate time period. The employee has to render his or her labor and the employer has to pay remuneration for the work provided by the s: 1.

Employment law in Switzerland is significantly more liberal than this area of law in most other European countries. Nevertheless, there are federal and local employment and labor laws that govern contracts, wage and hour, discrimination, terminations, lay-offs and privacy.

If working in Switzerland, you will probably have to join the Swiss social security system. This section gives you some essential information on the different types of social insurance in Switzerland to help you to find your way round the Swiss ‘bureaucratic maze’.

Different Labor Laws in Foreign Countries. Opening offices, labs, retail outlets or manufacturing plants overseas can provide access to new sales markets, proximity to partners or less expensive labor.

Countries and regions offer to encourage you to locate an office there and hire local workers. Employment law.European Commission At the same time, the Commission is bound in the Treaty to support the social partners and their work, in various ways. As the rights of the social partners are regulated on cause, however, a feeling that employment security and flexicurity should be synonymous with labour law.

For an all-embracing discussion about File Size: KB.The state provides various grants and incentives (such as financial aid, and exemptions from and reductions in social security contributions).

They are mainly aimed at encouraging employers to recruit individuals under a certain age (usually 26 years old), or over a certain age (45 or 57 years old), or long-term jobseekers.