Labour Law in Sweden

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Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 262 pages
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this monograph on labour law in Sweden not only describes and analyses the legal aspects of labour relations, but also examines labour relations practices and developing trends. It provides a survey of the subject that is both usefully brief and sufficiently detailed to answer most questions likely to arise in any pertinent legal setting.
 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
17
4 The Contract of Employment
30
6 Workers and Salaried Employees
32
8 The Concepts of Trade Union and Established Trade Union
34
The Historical Background
35
2 The Rise of Trade Unions
36
3 The Employers Organize
38
4 Collective Relations are Developed
39
10 Transfer of the Undertaking
132
6 Age Disability Sexual Orientation Parttime and Fixedterm
138
9 Some Remarks about the Impact of EC Law
144
2 Disputes Involving a Union
149
4 Rules on the Priority Right of Interpretation in Disputes
155
6 Rules of Evidence
161
4 Relations between the Individual and the Organization
176
6 The Right of Negotiation and the Right to Resort
182

5 The Development of the Collective Agreement
41
6 The Act of 1936 on the Rights of Association and Negotiation
43
7 The Saltsjöbaden Epoch 193870
44
8 Labour Legislation in Fields outside Collective Labour Law
46
9 The Legislative Explosion in the 1970s and Trends Thereafter
47
10 Developments after 1995 the Impact of EC Law
49
Role of Government Institutions in the Shaping and Administration of Labour Law and Industrial Relations
53
3 Social Security
54
4 Employment Services
55
6 Industrial Safety and the Working Environment
56
Sources of Labour Law
57
Private International Labour Law
63
4 Labour Law Relationships of a Public Nature
70
2 The Individual Employment Contract
77
3 The Employees Liability
82
Working Time Holidays Annual Vacation
88
8 Employees Right to Time Off
97
4 Equal Pay
103
Interruptions of Work Incapacity
104
Termination of Employment Contracts
112
3 The Collective Agreement from a Legal Point of View
189
4 Legal Effects of Collective Agreements
195
Industrial Action and the Peace Obligation
202
4 The Peace Obligation According to
208
5 Rules Concerning Unlawful Strikes
215
8 Settlement of Industrial Disputes
221
Codetermination Act
228
3 The Right to Information and the Regulation of Secrecy
231
4 Regulations Concerning Codetermination Agreements
233
5 Priority Right of Interpretation
235
6 The Act Concerning Trade Union Representatives
237
7 Collaboration on Matters of Industrial Safety and Working Conditions
240
Safety Representatives
241
The Safety Committee
243
8 Board Representation for Employees
244
9 European Works Councils European Company
247
10 The Development Agreement
249
11 Some Remarks on the Impact of the Legislation Concerning Industrial Democracy
253
Index
255
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