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Working hours, its lenght and distribution, with the focus on part-time
Randlová, Kateřina ; Štangová, Věra (advisor) ; Vysokajová, Margerita (referee)
Working hours, its lenght and distribution, with the focus on part-time Abstract The thesis deals with the issue of working hours and its distribution with a special focus on part-time. The thesis also introduces the legislation of part-time in the foreign law system, particularly in the Netherlands. The aim of this thesis is to analyze the current legal regulation of working hours, its length and distribution, focusing on part-time. The thesis is divided into six chapters, which represent labor law in the system of law, historical development of working hours, sources of labor law, legal regulation of working hours and rest periods and distribution of working hours. The fifth chapter deals with labor law institutes in which part-time deviate from the set weekly working hours. The chapter defines persons that are entitled to apply for part-time or another suitable adjustment of their working hours, forms of these suitable adjustments and the interpretation of the concept of operational reasons by the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic. The thesis also describes the method of calculating and remunerating overtime work for part-time employees and the calculation of the leave of those part-time employees whose working hours are unequally spread over several working days per week. The chapter also describes...
Legal Aspects of Homeworking
Randlová, Kateřina ; Kocianová, Renata (advisor) ; Běhounková, Olga (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on legal aspects of homeworking. At first, the attention is paid on homeworking in the view of human resources management, as alternative employment relationship and work benefit, advantages and disadvantages of homeworking and appropriate work positions for homeworking. Bachelor thesis concerns on legal specifics of legislation of homeworking in the Czech Republic, analyses the deficiencies of legislation of homeworking in the Czech Republic and identifies possible solutions in the form of agreement between employer and employee. Final chapter of the thesis introduces flexible working conditions in the European Union, focusing on actual initiative of European Commission, and in the Netherlands, focusing on the legislation of homeworking.

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