Comparative labour law and industrial relations

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Roger Blanpain
Kluwer, Jan 1, 1983 - Law - 411 pages
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In this connection, few legal resources have proven themselves as useful as the classic compilation of expert analysis here presented in its eighth and updated edition. With the overarching purpose of describing the salient characteristics and trends in labour law and industrial relations in the world today, the book's 23 chapters probe such crucial issues as the following:
- the new trade union movement; European Works Councils;
- employers' organizations; European Union; International Labour Organisation;
- human resource management;
- codes of conduct of multinational enterprises;
- conflicts of laws in employment contracts;
- self-employed workers;
- privacy; and,
- employability.

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Blanpain is Professor of Labour Law at the Universities of Leuven and Limburg (Belgium) and Tilburg (The Netherlands). He is a Former President of the International Industrial Relations Association and an Honorary President of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law. He is a member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium.

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