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The responsibility of an employee for domage
Hinterbuchner, Lukáš ; Štangová, Věra (advisor) ; Vysokajová, Margerita (referee)
Thesis title: The responsibility of an employee for damage The subject of the thesis is the responsibility of an employee for damage. The thesis offers in the first place a comprehensive summary of the current legislation of the topic. The main purpose of the thesis is to summarize the legislation of the labor- law and of the employee`s responsibility for any damage done to the employer where for this purpose there are analyzed particular sorts of the responsibility distinguished by the Labor Code. In details there are described first of all specific conditions that must be fulfilled to claim the responsibility on the employee for the damage, the possibility of the employee to disclaim it is not neglected either. The thesis focuses on the main differences that distinguish the particular sorts of the responsibility from each other. An attention is given to the links between labor law and other legal codes, especially the civil one where the connection is the closest whereas the understanding of this mutual relation is very essential to understand the stated topic. The thesis is not formulated as only theoretical however there is a practical view of the topic included which is mingled mostly by decision-making practice of courts which generates some answers to unclear explanation of the legislations,...
Ethics of Emmanuel Lévinas
HUŠEK, Jakub
The thesis is called Emmanuel Lévinas Ethics and its aim is to explain the ethical concept of this original French philosopher. The first part of the thesis is focused on important influences that were important for Lévinas' philosophical work. The next part of the thesis deals with dialogical personalism as a philosophical direction into which Lévinas is most often classified. The third and most important part deals with the motives that led Lévinas to the elaboration of his ethical theses and subsequently parts of these theses are processed. It turns out that the basic aspect of his theory is the social relationship of the 'I' with the Second, through which the path to transcendence leads .Lévinas' conception is considered as a sort of ethical turn in philosophy and can be considered as a return to man. Properly conceived ethics based on respect, Levinas considers being "prima Philosophia".
Ethical reflection individual child protection planning
TRAORE, Michaela
This final thesis deals with the individual planning of child protection and safeguarding in the Czech Republic. It describes individual aspects of this type of planning. It specifically explains the concept of individual planning and it also describes the client in the process and its legislation. Futhermore, it focuses on social and legal protection of children and their workers. This final work subsequently reflects these points also in ethical view. The used phenomenons as freedom, responsibility, conscience and subsidiarity are also described here. The final thesis is divided into theoretical analysis and interview with the client and a social worker.
Financial literacy of clients in material need
MIKLOVÁ, Kristýna
The bachelor thesis is focused on financial literacy of clients in material need. The thesis is based on the theoretical background that explains the concept of money, financial literacy and its structure, and also points to the importance of financial education, the level of which is set by the Standards of financial literacy for primary and secondary schools. The second chapter of this thesis deals with loans (especially from non-banking institutions), debts and the most extreme solution for non-fulfillment of obligations - the seizure of property. The following part deals with the inclusion of material need in the Social security system in CR, the characteristics of the target group, the description of individual benefits in material need and the list of situations in which the person can be declared in material need. At the end of the thesis, research data is interpreted to find out how respondents perceive financial literacy, how they relate to and how they deal with money. The research group is the clients of the Labor Office of the department of material need in Žďár nad Sázavou.
Impeachment in Europe: constitutional models and practice
Medelský, Filip ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
This thesis presents and analyses the process of impeachment relating to the Presidents of European Union Member States. The thesis presents and analyses individual constitutional models of impeachment across Member States based on the constitutional players involved in the impeachment process, who decides on the initiation of the whole process and how, under what conditions the impeachment process can be initiated, for what offences the President can be impeached, which authorities have the power to decide on the outcome of the complaint, what penalties the President faces and whether it is possible to reverse the decision of these authorities in some way. The thesis also analyses impeachment processes that have taken place against European Presidents thus far, namely, the impeachment of Lithuanian President Paksas, Romanian President Basescu and the only attempt at a constitutional complaint to date against Czech President Václav Klaus. Three main models of impeachment can be identified in the framework of European constitutions, depending on which authority has the power to remove the President from office. Most European countries use the judicial model where the President is removed from office at the decision of a judicial authority. Judicial authorities can be of a dual nature. They can be...
The vaccination against cervical cancer
Sekaninová, Jitka ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pešťanská, Zuzana (referee)
The topic of my thesis is cervical cancer and its prevention with emergence on vaccination against cervical cancer. The aim of my diploma thesis is to use analyzation of the campaign against cervical cancer, All I can, and analyzation of interviews with mothers who have decided to vaccinate their daughters to find out how the responsibility of mothers for health of daughters is constructed in the connection with cervical cancer. I am interested in how campaign promoting a vaccination articulates what is good or bad motherhood and how mothers construct a good motherhood. I am also interested in gender consequences of campaign that it brings and how mothers prevent health of their daughters. The thesis shows that health is our project and is as good as we care about it. In the connection with reproductive health there is mainly appear a theme of considering risks which participate on creation of good parenthood. The thesis talks about different medicalization of child body that is set up and reproduce by interviewed mothers and by campaign. It brings gender inequalities and stereotypical gender constructions and questions of who is responsible for reproductive health.
Presumptions for constitution of damage responsibility
Svejkovský, Vít ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Thöndel, Alexandr (referee)
Presumptions for constitution of damage responsibility Abstract The aim of this rigorous thesis is to bring closer the presumptions for the constitution of damage responsibility. In terms of time, the first presumption is the breach of duty. Therefore, the first chapter deals with the breach of duty, focusing more closely on violation of good morals, breach of law and breach of contractual obligations. In conclusion, the first chapter focuses on circumstances excluding unlawfulness, especially necessity and self-defence. The second chapter deals with the second presumption for the constitution of damage responsibility that is damage. This chapter divides the damage to material damage and immaterial damage. The material damage is also mentioned with its individual components, which are the real damage and the lost profit. And for immaterial damage, some of its provisions are specified in special laws. The second chapter also covers the civil legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany, specifically contained in the German Civil Code. The third chapter deals with the third presumption for the constitution of damage responsibility, which is the cause between the breach of duty and the consequent damage. The cause to the difference from the previous two presumptions is almost not described in the Civil Code....
The nature and importance of clinical pastoral care in perinatal centres (with an emphasis on family support) and the possibility of subsequent pastoral care
The thesis deals with the essence and importance of clinical pastoral care in perinatal centers (focusing on the family) and the possibilities of subsequent pastoral care. This problematics opens up brief descriptions of the family and the treatise on the pregnancy and the child. The following is an introduction by field of perinatology and outline of care in the perinatal centers (with a preferential view of the risk department and pathological pregnancy, the obstetrical hall, neonatological JIRP and the puerperology department). The selected are risk and pathological conditions in the perinatology are mentioned , as well as the specific conflicting situations in perinatology . The following outline is problematics at the beginning of an individual human life, which goes into another very controversial question, touching the human right to a (healthy) child and a look at ethical reproduction problems. Furthermore, the work is already focused on the definition of the essence and importance of clinical pastoral care in the perinatal centers and in the area of possibilities of subsequent pastoral care. The chapter on human freedom and its responsibility for decisions is closed by the topic.
A theoretical conception of liability in private law
Janeček, Václav ; Beran, Karel (advisor) ; Holländer, Pavol (referee) ; Elischer, David (referee)
(English) What is liability?1 This "big" question has proven to be too tough for many private law theorists during the past 60 years. A dominant Czech approach to liability is the so-called theory of sanction: liability is a secondary duty imposed due to breach of a primary duty. At the same time, however, liability is conceptualized as an active institute, i.e. as liability to fulfil an obligation. This implies a specific "Czech" problem of liability: a paradoxical situation where a man can be liable because he was sanctioned, and also be sanctioned because he was liable. Liability in this sense seems to be an inherently flawed and meaningless concept, since both theories aspire to describe liability to the same extent (co-extensively). The most recent trend in Czech legal theory is thus a sceptical approach that completely eliminates the concept of liability from legal discourse. This is contrary to an ongoing and presumably meaningful debate on liability in foreign non-Czech literature that supports the most recent analytical and normative approaches to European legal regulation and its developments. Unlike in Czech language, this literature treats liability (Haftung) and responsibility (Verantwortung) as two discrete concepts. But why is this so? Wher does the "Czech" problem of liability come...
Specifics of Anglo-Saxon and continental corporate governance
Bílek, Petr ; Borkovec, Aleš (advisor) ; Charvátová, Dagmar (referee)
Specifics of Anglo-Saxon and Continental corporate governance This thesis deals with the comparison of Anglo-Saxon and Continental approaches to corporate governance. Although the title of this thesis might evoke that the main theme of this thesis is a comparison of two different models of corporate governance, the basis for this work is the opposite. The author aims to make use of the compari- son of selected corporate governance issues in the various legal systems of both the Anglo-Saxon and Continental models of corporate governance to find out how sig- nificantly the current Anglo-Saxon and Continental model of corporate governance differs, whether there is a convergence or divergence between these two models and whether it makes sense to divide legal systems' approaches to corporate governance on the basis of these two models or not anymore. The thesis is divided into five (5) chapters, where the first chapter is a brief intro- duction to corporate governance issues followed by chapters dedicated to selected issues of corporate governance in joint-stock companies after. These four (4) main issues explored in the thesis are: the internal organization of the administrative bod- ies of joint-stock companies, the independence and objectivity of the corporation's administrative bodies, the...

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