labour law

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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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The Cabinet also referred a draft law concerning labour regulation within the private sector to parliament.
The third section, 'Constituting the Labour Market' probably best reflects the broad theme of the book: refocussing analysis away from traditional labour law towards a broader understanding of how legal mechanisms combine to create labour regulation. It brings together chapters that deal with how the labour market is structured and influenced by regulation around areas such as welfare, immigration, work and family.
It says key competitors, such as France and Germany, are removing layers of labour regulation while the UK has moved in the opposite direction.
Competitor countries such as the US,Germany, France, Spain and Holland were closing the gap on the UK, partly because they were removing layers of labour regulation while this country was moving in the opposite direction, according to the report.
Black Country businessman Mr Bill Good, of Sterling Tubes, claimed labour regulation was "counterproductive".
The Cabinet referred a draft law concerning labour regulation within the private sector to the Council of Representatives.
To boost economy the centre has to ensure that labour regulation is worker-centric, by expanding workers choice and reducing mandatory taxes on formal sector employment.
Atul Bharadwaj, senior project manager at Al Balagh Trading and Contracting, said: "Labour regulation is becoming strict.
"We are determined to uphold every labour regulation of Oman and will do so," he stressed.
The reality of the UAE job market, Emiratisation programmes, UAE employment policies and labour regulations as well as employer-employee work relationship were also discussed during the meetings.
The Iraqi diplomat praised the advanced bilateral fraternal ties, lauding Bahrain's progress and prosperity in all fields, especially in its advanced labour regulations in harmony with international standards, including social security, community welfare and development programmes by the government of Bahrain to the citizens.
After meeting with Japanese ambassador to Cambodia, Hidehisa Horinouchi, Sam Heng on Monday told reporters at the ministry that the Kingdom's high-skilled workers will have a chance to work in Japan after Tokyo amended its labour regulations, specifying changes on matters related to recruiting, training and importing foreign workers.