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labour law

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) those areas of law which appertain to the relationship between employers and employees and between employers and trade unions
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Arthurs, "Labor Law as the Law of Economic Subordination and Resistance: A Thought Experiment," Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal 34,3 [2013]: 585-604).
The annual series collects labor law judgement by the highest courts in a number of jurisdictions for the benefit of judges, labor law practitioners, industrial relations specialists, and students who need or desire ready access to authoritative information of a comparative nature on problems arising the field of labor law and industrial relations.
Muscat Governorate recorded the highest number of labor law violators with 162 followed by North Al Batinah Governorate with 106; the appropriate authorities and the Ministry of Manpower took all necessary procedures regarding their situations.
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Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser al- Bakri, Minister of Manpower said in a speech that the seminar comes in implementation of the government decision to make a comprehensive review of the labor law to be in line with the latest developments at the labor market and the requirements of the coming socio-economic development.
Turkey) outlines labor law in Turkey, including discussion of current practices and developing trends.
NNA - Caretaker Labor Minister Boutros Harb announced on Thursday the endorsement of a modern and understandable Labor law aiming at organizing the Labor social relations' legislations as well as modernizing and activating labor law in light of economic and social developments.
To recover on a cause of action pursuant to Labor Law [section] 240(1), a plaintiff must demonstrate that there was a violation of the statute, and that the violation was a proximate cause of the accident.
Labor Law Scholarship: Jackson Lewis has chosen Florida International University College of Law as a recipient of its national scholarship program to reward students who focus on the practice of workplace and labor law.
Spriggs says unions' potency began weakening in 1981, when the Reagan administration had 11,000 striking air traffic controllers fired and the National Labor Relations Board started interpreting labor law in favor of employers.
In March and April, following the lead of thousands of college students, millions of people took to the streets in Paris and other cities to protest a new labor law that would have made it easier to hire and fire workers under age 26.
The books authors are members of the Labor Law group, a non-profit organization that works to bring to the law school classroom "teaching materials that truly reflect the real lives of employees and employers.