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Selected Issues of Transport Sector Employees' Working Hours with Emphasis on Aviation Workers
Polívková, Kamila ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Hůrka, Petr (referee)
This thesis "Selected Issues of Transport Sector Employees' Working Hours with Emphasis on Aviation Workers" provides comprehensive exposition of selected issues relating to working hours of the aviation workers in commercial air transport, meaning flight and cabin crew, while adding considerations aiming to contextualize the topic. This thesis deals with legislation regulating working hours and rest periods of mobile employees in transport sector on the level of European Union law, international public law as well as of the law of the Czech Republic. First chapter of this thesis provides an overview of history and development of the legislation regulating working hours and rest periods in the territory of modern Czech Republic. This overview consists of three subchapters focusing on the following periods: 1811-1918, 1918-1965 and 1965-2006. First part of this thesis strives to provide the background required to understand the legislation on working hours and rest periods in broader historical context. Second chapter of this thesis focuses on the most significant legislation regulating working hours and rest period of transport sector employees as well as on the flight time specification schemes, which contain binding rules of conduct of commercial air transport operators as employers relating to...
Personality and personal data protection in employment law relationships
Zahradníček, Jaroslav ; Hůrka, Petr (advisor) ; Chvátalová, Iva (referee) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Personality and personal data protection in employment law relationships This dissertation deals with the topic of personality and personal data protection in employment law relationships. This is a very topical subject, as the development of information technology has made it easier for employers to infringe on their employees' privacy. Today, the widespread use of information technology and the related process automation in the workplace makes it easy to monitor employee performance, to track when an employee takes a break and how long it lasts, to monitor how the employee cooperates with other employees, and how the employee uses entrusted resources. Apart from that, a new regulation on personal data protection has also recently contributed to the popularity of the topic: the adoption of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Although this regulation does not bring many new legal rules compared to the previous legislation, it severely and significantly toughens the penalties for violating the rules. This dissertation is divided into 4 parts. The first part deals with the legal framework and legal sources of the analysed topic and further describes the general basis for examining the personality protection, including privacy protection, and the protection of personal data, which is...
Compensation for damage and non-material damage caused by a work accident
Fojtíková, Monika ; Bělina, Miroslav (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of damage and non-material damage caused by work accidents. The first chapter describes the basic concept of legal liability and main functions of the employer's liability for damage caused to employees. The second chapter focuses on the basic assumptions, fulfilment of which creates an obligation for the employer to compensate employees for damage and non-material damage. It also describes the work accident as a legal term and discusses specific situations such as a heart-attack, a work injury during team-building or a work injury during a business trip using interpretation based, in particular, on a review of Czech case law. The employer is not always obliged to compensate employees for damage and non-material damage. Situations in which the employer is released from the obligation to pay damages and non-material damage are described at the end of the second chapter. These situations include violation of legal regulations or instructions, drunkenness or misuse of addictive substances and, last but not least, reckless behaviour of an employee. The third part which is the core of the thesis, deals with individual types and scopes of compensations, namely compensation for loss of earnings, material damage and purposefully spent treatment costs. A particular...
Compensation for the bereaved in the case of work accidents and occupational diseases
Pivničková, Kateřina ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Compensation for the bereaved in the case of work accidents and occupational diseases Abstract The topic of my diploma thesis is compensation for the bereaved in the case of work accidents and occupational diseases. It is a topic with a relatively settled legislation and a subject which is present - nevertheless, ground-breaking changes in this issue cannot be really anticipated any more. Introductory part of my thesis deals primarily with a theoretical definition of a term liability and liability in labor law. It deals with the conditions of inception of liability, the reasons that allow release from liability and finally, with the obligation of an employer to compensate damages or non-material damage in the cases of work accidents and occupational diseases. I also devote myself to define terms work accident and occupational disease, and for better understanding and explanation of disputable questions, I refer to judicature of the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court. The mainstay of my thesis is dedicated to the particular types of compensation provided either directly to the aggrieved employees as the consequence of work accident or occupational disease, or to the bereaved in the case of death due to the work accident or occupational disease. I also compare the labor law regulation to the...
Agency employment
Eliášová, Věra ; Pichrt, Jan (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Temporary agency work Abstract The theme of this thesis is temporary agency work. Temporary agency work has been a part of the global conversation on flexible employment for most of the 20th century. Now, thanks to the labor market changes and the changes in the attitude toward "atypical work", it's becoming more relevant than ever. The main objective of the legislative efforts related to temporary agency work on global, European and national level is to find the right balance between the necessary flexibility and protection for temporary agency workers. Temporary agency work is a relatively new institute to the Czech legal system and as a result of that, the national legislation is still developing. This thesis is divided into four chapters that are, except for chapter two, focusing on the current legislation of temporary agency work in the Czech Republic. The first chapter provides a definition of temporary agency work and classifies it as "atypical work". It also points out its place in the Czech legal framework as a form of employment intermediation. The second chapter describes the evolution of the legislation on temporary agency work on an international and European level. Special attention is paid to conventions adopted by International Labour Organization and in particular to the Convention C181 -...
Hendrichová, Kateřina ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Tomšej, Jakub (referee)
This thesis focuses on the legal adjustment of leave. Due to the novelization of the Code of work which is being heard by these times, leave is very topical issue. First pages of this thesis discourse the term "leave", its characteristics and its purpose, which is mainly the regeneration of labor force. Following are the sources of leave's legal regulations, which include mainly the international treaties, European labour act, constitutional law and valid domestic legal enactments. Significant portion of this thesis is dedicated to the analysis of leave's history since the beginnings of labour act, through the first anchorage of paid leave in legal enactments, till the release of the first labour code in 1965, including its comparison with the actual enactment. The most significant part of this thesis investigates in detail the present legal regulations and individual establishments of the ninth part of the labour code, called leave, considering practical problems with its actual application. Within thirteen assessments of the labour code is stated following: types of leave, origination of right for leave in calendar year and its variable part, legal measurement of leave, leave for worked days, supplementary leave, common regulations for leave, rules for leave draft, compensation of pay and salary during...
Social security administration and personal data protection
Beneš, Jiří ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Social security administration and personal data protection The protection of personal data is one of the most discussed legal topics of contemporary legal science. However, the attention of both the professional and general public has so far been focused on the processing of personal data carried out by private law entities. On the contrary, the author focuses on a topic that has been overlooked, namely the processing of personal data performed by social security administration authorities. This thesis aims to answer the question whether the processing carried out by selected authorities of the social security administration follows the principle of lawfulness according to data protection regulations and the Regulation (GDPR). The key aspect of the author's answer is primarily to assess the compliance of the current legislation in the area of sickness and pension insurance and passive employment policy with the requirements of the Regulation (GDPR). In this work, the author first deals with the historical roots and birth of the legal regulation of personal data protection. Then, by comparing the legal regulations adopted within the Council of Europe, the European Union, and the Czech Republic, it analyses the applicable regulation of personal data protection. As the author points out in this work,...
Employee monitoring
Rýdl, Adam ; Štefko, Martin (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
This thesis aims to analyze problems of employee monitoring in constitutional frameworks as well as in terms of the most used types of employee monitoring. The goal is to point out that employee surveillance underwent a considerable evolution in last few years. To illustrate that considerable evolution, there is a comparison of Supreme courts of Czech Republic judgement from 2012 and European Court of Human Rights Grand chambers judgement from 2017. After a comparison of those two judgements there is a conclusion of the Supreme court's judgement from 2012 to analyze whether it is still up-to-date. This thesis is divided into six chapters. In the first chapter there is an analysis of constitutional frameworks and explanation which constitutional rights and freedoms should be took into consideration, compared with each other and what are reasons to do so. In the second chapter, there is an analysis of relevant Czech Republic law and EU regulation well known under abbreviation GDPR and there are also examples of relevant law usage on particular situations. In third chapter, there are concrete methods of employee monitoring. There is an analysis of CCTV systems with record and without record between which there is a huge difference in employer duties required by law. There is also analysis of employee...
Legal aspects of care for dependent persons
Presser, Šimon ; Lang, Roman (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Legal aspects of care for dependent persons More than half a million people in the Czech Republic is directly affected by the issue of care for dependent persons. It concerns not only those who are relying on care due to a physical or mental disability, but also those who provide the necessary care. Regarding the providers, so-called informal carers constitute majority of them. They are often family members who provide care without any official formalization, contract, or registration. However, as a group, informal carers are repeatedly overlooked. While emphasising the rights, duties and needs of both dependent persons and carers, this paper aims to comprehensively evaluate the current legal framework regulating the care for dependent persons. Firstly, the system of care in the Czech Republic is generally described followed by the presentation of specific forms of care highlighting the position of informal carers. Secondly, the paper brings up an analysis of basic activities of daily living that are crucial for the assessment of dependence. Subsequently, the administrative procedure in which the assessment is undergone is closely depicted. Nevertheless, the main focus of the paper lies in the analysis of the rights and obligations of the persons dependent on care and the informal carers. Hence,...
The development of the French pension system
Zajíček, Tomáš ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
The thesis deals with the pension system evolution in France. Its main objective is to provide the detailed description concerning the development of the French social security system especially focused on the social security for elderly people. The contemporary pension system is the result of the long evolution lasting for centuries. Despite the fact that it is also based on obligatory participation, a lot of differences can be found by comparison to the other European countries. The system in France consists of several independent systems that are governed by different rules. This plurality finds its principal origin in the Napoleonic era when the first pension schemes for some specific professions have been settled. The variability of pension benefits for different groups of insured persons was the main cause why the concept of one uniform scheme for social insurance has failed after WW2. The first decades after establishing the universal (but not uniform) social security system were characterized by the economic growth and by the exceptionally favourable demographic situation. The difficulties appeared in 70s when the slowdown of the economic growth had a negative impact on labour market. Governments seemed to be preparing the deep system reform to solve the social system revenue decline...

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