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Working hours, their duration and work schedule
Halušková, Martina ; Štefko, Martin (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
Working hours, their duration and work schedule Abstract The diploma thesis deals with the topic of working hours and related institutes in Czech labor law in order to provide a comprehensive overview of the valid legal regulation. In addition, the work deals with the issues of breaks and rest periods, which are inseparably related to working hours. The thesis is divided into six chapters, which are subdivided into subchapters. The first chapter contains a historical excursion into the history of working hours regulation in the Czech lands from the Middle Ages to the present. I also mention the valid legal regulation of working hours at international and national level. The second chapter defines the concept of working hours, followed by a detailed description of each of the related institutes - its length, scheduling of work, work overtime, night work, on-call duty and working hours register. The following chapters discuss the organization of working hours for employees who look after children or other natural persons, pedagogical workers, workers in transportation and employees working under agreements to work outside the scope of employment. For these employees, there are some deviations from the general legal regulation of working hours or special conditions, as I refer here. The last chapter deals with...
Recent problems of working law in practise at schools, which are provided by city concils in Czech Republic in fokus on realization of business trips
Thumsová, Martina ; Kitzberger, Jindřich (advisor)
This work deals with issues of business trips in primary schools that are provided by municipality in relation to the law No. 365/2011 Sb., that changes law No. 262/2006 Sb., Labour code, as amended and other related laws valid since January 1st 2012 that says empoyees cannot give up on their rights in advance. Based on assumption that travel expenses that must have been paid to employees in full are huge burden on school budgets. All the travelling with pupils becomes very expensive. According to connection between theory and practical use, all activities cannot be provided only at school and it's necessary that teachers travel with children to learn away from school. This work summaries the rules for reimbursement of travel expenses and reflects the views of headmasters at issues of business trips in primary schools. Finding, that it has not been working sufficiently with law in the area of travel expenses, is an alarming for all superiors in education. On the other hand there are many areas of school activities which would be required to get specific legislation. Keywords: Business trip, working hours, time for relax, night shifts, work standby, weekend working, working during holiday, working overtime, travel expenses, meals, driving refunds, accommodation expenses, necessary incidental...
Recent problems of working law in practise at schools, which are provided by city concils in Czech Republic in fokus on realization of business trips.
Thumsová, Martina ; Kitzberger, Jindřich (advisor) ; Svoboda, Petr (referee)
This work deals with issues of business trips in primary schools that are provided by municipality in relation to the law No. 365/2011 Sb., that changes law No. 262/2006 Sb., Labour code, as amended and other related laws valid since January 1st 2012 that says empoyees cannot give up on their rights in advance. Based on assumption that travel expenses that must have been paid to employees in full are huge burden on school budgets. All the travelling with pupils becomes very expensive. According to connection between theory and practical use, all activities cannot be provided only at school and it's necessary that teachers travel with children to learn away from school. This work summaries the rules for reimbursement of travel expenses and reflects the views of headmasters at issues of business trips in primary schools. Keywords: Business trip, working hours, time for relax, night shifts, be ready to work on call, weekend working, working during holiday, working overtime, travel espenses, meals, driving refunds, accommodation expenses, necessary side expenses, budget, financial sources
Working hours and lunch break in the Czech Republic and selected EU countries
Truplová, Markéta ; Hájková, Ivana (advisor) ; Světlíková, Daniela (referee)
This thesis focuses on defining concepts, which meets every employee at work. There are explained terms regarding working time, rest periods as a break from work or vacation, pay for performance work after the termination of employment legislation in the Czech Republic. The same concepts are also defined in the legislation of France and Germany, where it is pointed out the differences in these jurisdictions, especially the differences in the length of working hours and rest periods in length. In the practical part presents full and part-time jobs, what are the advantages of individual arrangements and which countries are full or part-time on the contrary, most commonly used. There is also mapped the minimum wage and its level in the countries surveyed, depending on levels of living.
Working hours and rest periods
Vansáčová, Zuzana ; Soušková, Milena (advisor) ; Spirit, Michal (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to obtain a comprehensive view on the application of the provisions of the Labour Code on working time and rest periods to current practice issue, highlight potential inequalities signaling infringements and thus provide a forum for professional discussion about the possible causes and consequences of the facts and on the proposal as determined deficits eliminate or remove completely. The main pillar of this thesis consists of hypotheses which explicitly fores specifically the violation of the provisions of the Labour Code on working time and rest periods. By analyzing the results of the questionnaire and subsequent authentication set of hypotheses leads to fulfillment of the objectives. Thesis deals in the first chapter primarily with the characteristics of working time and rest time from a theoretical point of view. In the second and third chapter, the specific goals of research and the research of the problem are defined and also the setting and characterization of the research hypotheses. The fourth chapter describes the research methods and research file. Analysis of the results of the questionnaire is characterized in detail in the fifth chapter. In the last part there is a set of hypotheses assessment authentication. With this assessment, it is possible to conclude whether, and if necessary what is the extent to which there is asymmetry in the application of legal provisions in practice.
Working hours
Ovesná, Michaela ; Soušková, Milena (advisor) ; Spirit, Michal (referee)
Working hours and terms related to it are permanently a topical subject, because in lifetime it affects everyone. Arrangement of working hours determines specific time periods for the employer and employee where is a performance of the work carried out on the basis of the employment relationship which they have arranged. Both sides of the contractual relationship are interested in satisfying their specific needs. The aim of this thesis is to interpret a legal regulation of working hours and institutes related to it and also make its application in practice.
Working time and rest period
Tomcová, Hana ; Spirit, Michal (advisor) ; Soušková, Milena (referee)
The bachelor's thesis is focused on working time and rest period under Czech legislation conditions that is influenced by Community law of European Union, which is the Czech Republic a part of. The subject of the thesis is a current issue, especially due to the extensive amendment to the Labour Code, which came into effect on 1. 1. 2012. The object of this thesis is to provide a comprehensive overview of legal provisions concerning working time and rest period showing it's development and the current form of legal provisions. Additionally the comparison of the issue in six EU member states is not forgotten.
Working hours and flexible forms of work
Rombaldová, Karolína ; Soušková, Milena (advisor) ; Spirit, Michal (referee)
Suitable working time arrangements, implementation of flexible forms of work and a provision of sufficient rest periods are vital prerequisites for the creation of favourable working conditions leading to a satisfaction of both employees and employers. This bachelor thesis deals with the legal regulation of working hours and rest periods in the Labour Code, comparison of the duration of working hours in the Czech Republic and other countries of the European Union and furthermore deals with the main flexible forms of work and their application in the European Union. The aim of this thesis is to shed some light on the employers' view of flexible forms of employment, describe their main advantages and disadvantages and find out through questionnaires what the employees think about home-working and suggest its appropriate provision.
Working hours and rest period
Trhlíková, Martina ; Soušková, Milena (advisor) ; Spirit, Michal (referee)
Working hours and rest period are concepts which every working person encounters almost every day. Therefore they are so important for our lives. The object of this bachelor's thesis is summarization of legal provisions concerning working hours and rest period in the Czech republic and evaluation the application of these legal regulations in practise. This bachelor's thesis should especially judge whether legal regulations are formulated in accordance with needs of labour law parties or these legal provisions should be modified, left out or completed.

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