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Nástroje řízení pracovního procesu z hlediska souladu s principy soukromého práva

Title in English Employers’ Instruments for Organizing Work and Their Compliance with the Principles of Private Law


Year of publication 2013
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Zborník príspevkov z medzinárodnej vedeckej konferencie Bratislavské právnické fórum 2013 (10. - 11. október 2013)
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Field Law sciences
Keywords Organizing of Work; Disposition Authority; Superiority; Subordination; Autonomy of Will; Contract in Labour Relation
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Description Employers in the employment relationship manage and control work of their employees. The labour law empowers employers to use instruments for organizing work in order to enforce their disposition authority. The extent and specific form of these instruments is considered to be a key point in terms of employers’ ability to response to the economic situation and other relevant circumstances. At the same time it must be point out that labour law belongs to the private law systems. Therefore one party to the relation must not have the power to establish rights and obligations of the other party unilaterally. The role of the main source of rights and duties must be played by a contract.
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