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Flexible performance forms of dependent labour
Česal, Tomáš ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
FLEXIBLE PERFORMANCE FORMS OF DEPENDENT LABOUR - ABSTRACT The paper deals with individual flexible forms of the dependent labour and their legal regulation in the framework of the Czech law. As a hypothesis a claim is stated, that the flexibility is in general very low, or more precisely that the legal framework regarding flexible forms of dependent labour is highly rigid. The method of analysis of primary and secondary sources is used in order to examinate the claim. Introduction of the paper is concerned with theoretical excurse into manifestation of flexibility in the labour law, or more precisely in the area of chosen topics which closely relate to the theme of flexible forms of dependent labour. Flexibility is examined in context with important phenomena occurring in labour law: flexicurity, protective and organisational functions of labour law, subsidiarity of civil law to labour law, liberalisation etc. Partial conclusions concerning individual institutes are presented in topical chapters, whose layout is chosen accordingly to the basis of current prevailing concerning doctrine. Considerably more attention is given to those flexible forms, whose future progress could be anticipated. This way, an area for research is shown. These areas include for example joint work duty, on-call duty and...
Restriction of Performance of Other Gainful Activity During the Employment Relationship
Šimon, Pavol ; Pichrt, Jan (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Title of thesis: Restriction of Performance of Other Gainful Activity During the Employment Relationship Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the issue of restriction of performance of other gainful activity by employee during his employment relationship. In accordance with the wording of the legal provision governing the employee's obligation not to compete with his employer by performance of other gainful activity, it may seem that this is fairly clear regulation. However, further examination provides more detailed view that the provision conceals several aspects which may be confusing for employees. Such misunderstanding of this restriction may frequently lead to breach of that duty, without awareness of employee. It is therefore no exception that the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic often deals with the settlement of disputes concerning void termination of an employment relationship, which occurred by the employer due to a breach of the employee's obligation not to perform other gainful activity which is prohibited by law. By studying this case-law thoroughly, it is possible to find out boundaries between what is considered to be a violation in question and what is not. In fact, the legislation imposes the restriction on the performance of other gainful activity on the employer's scope of...
Data processing and data protection in connection with employment
Smotlachová, Jana ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Pichrt, Jan (referee)
97 Data processing and data protection in connection with employment Abstract This work is dedicated to issues concerning data processing in connection with employment. Given the extensiveness of this topic, this thesis focuses primarily on the processing of personal data prior to the establishment of an employment relationship. The main area of study is the job applicants' data processing in different model situations. The aim of this thesis is to establish a solution for how to process candidates' personal data in order to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation. The goal is accomplished by applying the General Data Protection Regulation to particular model situations. This work is divided into three chapters. Chapter 1 deals with the history of the data protection law and presents differences between the right to data protection and the right to privacy. It also discusses the current legal regulations in the General Data Protection Regulation and the Czech Data Processing Act and gives reasons for adoption of such legislation. Chapter 2 concentrates primarily on the key terminology of the data protection laws. This chapter consists of sub-chapters according to the terms discussed, namely personal data, data subject, data processing, controller and processor. Related issues from the General...
Termination the service relationship of members of security bodies of the Czech republic
Šabršulová, Alžběta ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Hůrka, Petr (referee)
Termination service reletionship of members of security bodies Czech republic Abstract This master thesis deals with the ways of terminating the service of the security corps in the Czech Republic. The work concentrates on the issue of the dismissal of a member of the service and the related decision of the service official at his own discretion. The work itself is divided into five chapters. The introductory chapter outlines the issue of employment in generally and the aim is to emphasize the inadequate regulation of the termination of service The following chapter deals with the basic components of the service relationship, such as the legal development of the service of the armed forces in the Czech Republic, the establishment of the employment relationship, conditions of relationship, its subsequent changes and the rights and obligations of the participants in this employment relationship. The main chapter describes all the ways of termination of service, which is allowed by the law on service. Most of all this chapter focuses on the way of termination of dismissal, because it is the most problematic from practice and it is most often reviewed and subsequently canceled by the judicial system of the Czech Republic. The chapter itself mentions two important cases of police practice that reflect the hasty...
Rights and obligations of the employer as a data controller
Trinerová, Eliška ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of personal data protection, and focuses particularly on the duties of the data controller, which also largely apply to the employer as the controller of the personal data of the employees. The diploma thesis builds primarily on the legal regulation of personal data protection contained in GDPR, while in some sections, a comparison with the previously effective personal data protection legislation is included. The objective of this diploma thesis is to provide a comprehensive overview of fundamental personal data protection institutes from the data controller's point of view with a focus on the analysis of some of the obligations which has been newly introduced by GDPR. The diploma thesis is divided into four chapters, which are further divided into a relatively high number of subchapters. The first chapter contains a historical overview of legislation on personal data protection at the international and European (European Union) level as well as national levels. The second chapter defines the fundamental terms related to personal data protection which are used in GDPR, such as personal data, data subject, data controller and processor, recipient of the personal data or personal data processing. The third chapter discusses the fundamental principles relating...
Employing foreigners
Neubauerová, Zuzana ; Štefko, Martin (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
1 Abstract The thesis "Employment of foreigners" analyses individual aspects of current legislation in the area of employment of foreigners. It is primarily focusing on nationals from non-EU countries. The thesis is divided into five parts. The first chapter focuses on defining the basic terms typical for the employment of foreigners and often used in the whole thesis. Their precise definition is crucial for a comprehensive analysis of the issue of employing foreigners. The second chapter provides a brief overview of the individual types of residence permits, on the basis of which a foreigner may reside in the Czech Republic. Although the thesis is mainly focused on the employment of foreigners from third countries, it also includes EU citizens and their family members for the sake of complexity. The thesis defines the basic difference between the certificate of temporary residence and the temporary residence permit, including the particulars that the foreigner must submit to obtain it. At the end of the first part of the chapter are summarised the basic conditions of permanent residence. The second part of the chapter is devoted to the conditions of entry of foreigners from third countries in the Schengen area, as well as the basic definition of short-term, long-term and permanent residence in the Czech...
Reasons for termination of employment
Karlová, Zuzana ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Reasons for termination of employment Abstract The topic of the diploma thesis concerns the reasons for the termination of the employment relationship. The aim of the thesis is to analyse thoroughly the reasons for termination in the light of legal regulation as well as the case law, but the aim of the thesis is also to reveal possible legal deficiencies and possible proposals for its de lege ferenda solutions. The actual text of the work outside of the introduction and the conclusion is divided into 4 chapters. The first chapter defines the basic concepts of labour law, its function and its position within the system of law, especially its relation to civil law. The second chapter deals with general employment and termination of employment. At the beginning there is a brief discussion about the employment relationship and its origin, including its subjects, and a list of all ways of terminating the employment relationship and more precisely characterized selected ways of termination of employment, including the termination of employment contract, the probationary period, the immediate cancellation of the employment relationship and, last but not least, the collective redundancies. The third, most extensive, chapter is the core of the entire thesis and is divided into several subchapters. These deal with...
Organizational changes of employer and stability of labor relationships
Krejsa, Josef ; Pichrt, Jan (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
During writing of this work, I focused on the nature and consequences of organizational changes done by employer, that affect labor relations, especially their stability. At the same time, I tried to emphasize the importance of balancing the stability and flexibility of these relationships, which is mainly due to the fact that I supplement my opinion on the balance of these contradictory aspects in the description of the legislation related to the issue. Given that organizational changes affect the weaker side of labor relations, employee, more significantly, I focused on his position in these evaluations. The key role in the interpretation of legislation of organizational changes and related institutes have courts through judgments, that often have to fill gaps that arise mainly due to variability of cases that may occur in practise. The main finding is that the Czech legal regulation of organizational changes provides, in the vast majority od cases, enough freedom to implement the will of both the employer and the employee, as well as largely adheres to one of the main principles of labor laq, protection of employee status. However, some institutes do not fully match the current needs of labor relations and somentimes even the requirements of the European Union. Therefore, we can only believe...
General Data Protection Regulation: Challenges for the Cloud
Studihradová, Barbora ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
1 CHARLES UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE Faculty of Law Barbora Studihradová General Data Protection Regulation: Challenges for the Cloud Master's thesis Master's thesis supervisor: JUDr. Magdaléna Svobodová, Ph.D. Department of European Law Date of completion (manuscript closure): 13 April 2018 2 General Data Protection Regulation: Challenges for the Cloud Abstract This thesis recognizes and analyses some of the fundamental challenges that the General Data Protection Regulation poses for cloud computing. Its aim is to answer the question whether the GDPR can be regarded as cloud friendly. The hypothesis that is proposed and tested is that it cannot be, since it includes concepts and wording that are impractical in cloud computing. This is assessed based on how different cloud computing services function. The thesis therefore lays down foundations of both legal and technical understanding of the data protection in the cloud in the first chapters. The analysis of the challenges then builds on this knowledge. The challenges of the GDPR for the cloud are divided into five groups. Firstly, what is regulated as personal data in the cloud is consider with regard to the concepts of anonymisation, pseudonymisation and encryption. Secondly, controller - processor relationship and their obligations in the complex cloud...
Work performance autside the employer's workplace
Sovíková, Andrea ; Bělina, Miroslav (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Work performance outside the employer's workplace Abstract The aim of this diploma thesis is to describe the institute work performance outside the employer's workplace, to assess its current legislation and to provide possible solutions in terms of de lege ferenda. The first part of the diploma thesis defines basic terms relating to discussed issues, which are place of work, regular workplace, homeworking and teleworking, for the purposes of better understanding of the following text. The second part deals with the historical development of this institute from the first legal regulations relating to homeworking to current legislation contained in the Labour Code and in Act on Civil Service. One chapter of this part is also dedicated to amendment of the Labour Code from 2017, which should have brought substantial changes into this institute, but it was not accepted. The third part represents the most significant documents concerning homeworking or teleworking at the international level and at EU level. The Labour Code introduces several variations from statutory regulations for employees who work outside the employer's workplace and organize their working time themselves. The fourth part analyses individual variations and their impact on employees. The pivotal fifth part deals with individual problematical...

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