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Migrácia ako náhrada nedostatkových pracovníkov
Pompa, Tomáš
The bachelor thesis deals with migration as a substitute for shortage workers. I also deal with the possibility for skilled migrants and their integration into the labor market in terms of short and long term impacts. The first part deals with the objective and subjective barriers to employment for workers from the EU and from countries which are not EU members. I highlight the current valid regulation of the Act on Residence of foreigners in the Czech Republic. The practical part focuses on the analysis of job vacancies and employment of foreigners. At the end are recommendations for resolving the shortage of labor in oversized public sectors.
Skončení pracovního poměru zaměstnanců podniku v podmínkách vnitřního trhu EU
Štulírová, Lenka
Štulírová, L. The termination of employment of employees in company in terms of EU internal market. Bachelor thesis. Brno: Mendel University, 2019. This Bachelor’s thesis is dealing with the termination of employment. The theoretical part clarifies the basic terms of labour law, individual forms of termination of employment and claims that are related with termination of employment. Everything in accordance with valid modification of the Labour Code. The practical part consists of analysis of establishment and extinction of termination of employment for a selected company, quantitative research where employees are questioned, and lastly it consists of quality research for finding detailed information about this problematic. The main goal of labour market is to suggest appropriate recommendations for managers who want to operate on the same market.
Pracovní úrazovost v České republice a v Kazachstánu
Zhumatayeva, Aziza
This thesis elaborates on work-related injuries in the Czech Republic and the Republic of Kazakhstan. The first part of the thesis describes the basic terminology, the concept of work-related injury, types of accidents and the causes of injury.Main focus of this work is related on the development and signification of occupational injuries, the dynamics of on-the-job injury ratein the Czech Republic and the Republic of Kazakhstan.The other part of the work describes actions to prevent risks of work-related injuries and health, safety and environment management systems, the economical aspects of occupational health and safety.
Employment Relationships in Terms of Wage Costs Optimization
Skotáková, Adéla ; Rychlá, Jana (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on the topic of labor-law relations in a selected contributory organization. It deals with the evaluation of the current situation of contributory organization from the legal and economic point of view in the personal area. The main problem is the cost of employee salaries and this bachelor thesis deals with their reduction.
Employment Relationships in Terms of Wage Costs Optimization
Rybová, Martina ; Hončl, Čeněk (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis focuses on the issue of labor relations. In the theoretical part are defined basic terms of labor relations, which are further applied in the analytical part of this thesis. The analytical part deals with the benefit for employees at the particular employer, when employer implemented new bonus, which its goal is to increase employee attendance system. Evaluated efficiency this established solution and includes suggestions for improvement in the future.
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...
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,...
The sharing economy and digitalization: challenge for complex modification of labor law?
Tkadlec, Matěj ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Pichrt, Jan (referee)
THE SHARING ECONOMY AND DIGITALIZATION: CHALLENGE FOR COMPLEX MODIFICATION OF LABOR LAW? ABSTRACT This diploma thesis discusses the phenomenon of last decade called sharing economy, which has many different forms and names. In its purest meaning, the sharing economy concerns behavior of economically active entities that, in order to reduce their own costs or to use their spare capacity, share free resources. As the best examples of sharing economy, we can name capital platform Airbnb, where people share their unused immovable in order to generate profit or work platform BlaBlaCar trough which people reduce their car costs while travelling one-off long-distance trips. However, as mentioned above, sharing economy has many different forms. One of them, which cannot be recognized as its pure form, is provided by Uber. Uber, as well as BlaBlaCar, created mobile platform trough which providers of transport services can get in touch with users of these services. Despite this similarity, there are several significant differences from which one can conclude that Uber is not a classic provider of information technology services, such as BlaBlaCar. That was also borne out by foreign courts, including European Court of Justice. On that basis, a question arises, whether Uber drivers really carry on the activity of...
Principle of flexicurity in legal regulation of transfer of rightsand obligations from the employment-law relations
Jouzová, Lada ; Hůrka, Petr (advisor) ; Štangová, Věra (referee) ; Tröster, Petr (referee)
1 Principle of flexicurity in legal regulation of transfer of rights and obligations from the employment-law relations Abstract In her PhD thesis, the author deals with the legal regulation of transfer of rights and obligations arising from employment-law relations in the Czech Republic, in the context of the European union law, from the point of view of the concept of flexicurity in the employment-law relations. This concept includes, on the one hand, elements of flexibility in the realization of employment-law relations, and, on the other hand, security (protection) of employees in these relations which is manifested in particular by the transfer of rights and obligations from their employment-law relations to the new employer itself. At present, when changes in the employers' organizational structure, transfers of activities or tasks, mergers, the purchase of a business or a business lease, but also so called outsourcing, insourcing, and change of suppliers are becoming more and more common in companies, the issue of change of the employer, and consequently, safeguarding and protection of the rights of employees, in particular safeguarding of their employment-law relations, is becoming more up to date. Protection of employees' rights during the transfers of undertakings and businesses is one of the...
Employment Relationships in Terms of Wage Costs Optimization
Smejkalová, Markéta ; Kopřiva, Jan (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the areas of labor relations. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to recommend TNT Express Worldwide to the employer the most advantageous way of establishing the labor-law relationship from the exonomic point of view based on the analysis of employees wage costs.

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