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The sickness insurance benefits system
Křivůnková, Michaela ; Lang, Roman (advisor) ; Tomšej, Jakub (referee)
The sickness insurance benefits system Abstract This diploma thesis deals with sickness insurance benefits, which create a comprehensive system, whose main goal is to provide social security to economically active people, especially in the case of short term loss of income, due to social incidents, such as sickness, sickness attendance, pregnancy or maternity. This thesis analyses conditions of entitlement of the particular benefits, as well as the calculation of their sum. Due to significant complexity of certain calculations related to sickness insurance benefits, this thesis also contains practical examples. Attention is also paid to some specific areas of sickness insurance, because of their relatively new legislation. The text of the thesis, except for the introduction and conclusion, is divided into four chapters. The first chapter does not deal with the sickness insurance benefits, but rather introduces the concerns of the sickness insurance; outline its development and basic principles. The second chapter focuses on participation in sickness insurance in both employees and self-employed people. The subject of participation in sickness insurance is significant in terms of the assessment of the conditions of entitlement to insurance benefits; due to the participation in sickness insurance being one of...
The issue of the use of biometric data in labour relations
Dobiášová, Lucie ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
The issue of the use of biometric data in labour relations Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the current topic of the legal framework for the protection of biometric data in the context of labour relations. With the development of information technology, interest in the use of biometric data is growing. It is becoming common in the workplace that the biometric data are used, among others, for recording attendance, gaining access either to the workplace itself or to the individual work equipment. Their use is simple and convenient, as employees can use for verification their fingerprints, iris scans, etc. However, biometric data are inherently unchangeable, which is an advantage as well as the Achilles heel of their processing. Therefore, due to their nature, they fall into the category of sensitive personal data and as such enjoy enhanced protection. Development in the field of information technology suggests that biometric data are highly likely to become part of everyday life. Hence, it is more than appropriate for this development to be reflected in the legislation. The aim of this diploma thesis is to provide a general insight into the issue of using biometric data in the labour relations, where a particularly high increase in their use can be expected. The first part of this thesis acquaints the...
The issue of fair remuneration
Seidlová, Jitka ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
The issue of fair remuneration The diploma thesis focuses on the issue of fair remuneration in the Czech Republic, or rather lack thereof. The aim of this paper is to outline and evaluate the legislation of fair remuneration that is currently in effect. It must be said that the current fair remuneration legislation, at the first sight, seems to be sufficient and effective in practice. However, that is not true yet, as one of the remaining issues of fair remuneration is the inequality in the remuneration of women and men, where women are generally paid less than men for the same work. This thesis comprises of five chapters. The first chapter provides an overview and evaluation of the legislation of fair remuneration. The second chapter attempts to define the term "fair remuneration" while also outlining other key terms. In general, fair remuneration is such that is in absolute accordance with the current legislation. However, that does not guarantee that such remuneration would be perceived as fair by the employees themselves. Therefore, each employee should know how he or she is remunerated and what specific criteria affect the amount of his remuneration. It follows that each employer should have a transparent remuneration system in place, which would indicate which criteria play a role in...
Working hours and some other related institutions of healthcare workers
Nyklová, Aneta ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
1 Working hours and some other related institutions of healthcare workers Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the working hours of workers working in healthcare, but also comments on other areas that are associated with working hours. It is possible to find in it a comprehensive overview of valid and effective legislation, which is supplemented by relevant European case law related to the area currently addressed. In addition to the current situation, the aim of the thesis is also to verify whether the legislation is effective and whether it is complied with. The thesis is divided into several chapters, beginning with an explanation of labor law principles and central concepts of the whole thesis - the worker and the employer in healthcare. The most comprehensive chapter is the chapter devoted to the main topic of this thesis, working hours. The concept of working hours, its records and length are discussed here, while the concept of shortened and shorter working hours was not omitted. Other chapters deal with institutes such as night work, overtime, on-call time or rest periods. The chapter devoted to overtime work also discusses its remuneration, as the only remuneration in this whole thesis, because remuneration for overtime work in healthcare forms a large part of monthly remuneration and it is...
Pension reform in the Czech Republic
Pastuszek, Marek ; Štangová, Věra (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
Pension reform in the Czech republic Abstract This thesis analyzes the development and changes of the pension system in the Czech Republic. The main attention is paid to the legal regulation of old age pension. Old age security is an essential element of the social stability of the state. The share of older people in the population increases in the long term, which places higher demands on the state budget. The main goal of implementation of the pension reform is to take measures to make the pension system sustainable in the future. The thesis is systematically divided into five chapters. The first chapter deals with social rights, their development and enshrinement in the documents of international organizations and the Czech legal system. Social rights belong to fundamental human rights. In the context of the thesis, adequate material security in old age is the most important right. The second chapter discusses the social security system. Its task is to deal with social events affecting the population. It uses various legal instruments for this purpose, especially social insurance. The social security system is affected by number of factors, which are also described in this chapter. The third chapter is dedicated to the current legislation of the pension system in the Czech Republic. Its pillar structure...
The Prohibition of Discrimination Based on Disability in the Field of Employment Relationships
Kreiža, Vladimír ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
The Prohibition of Discrimination Based on Disability in the Field of Employment Relationships Abstract The aim of this master's thesis is to evaluate the standard of the protection of people with disabilities from discrimination in the field of employment relationships in the Czech Republic, to identify the reasons of this state and especially to provide de lege ferenda proposals, that could lead to the increase of the standard of the prohibition of discrimination based on disability in the field of employment relationships. The used research methods are mainly analytical and empirical methods. The master's thesis starts with the legislative regulation of the prohibition of discrimination based on disability in the field of employment relationships on the international law level, where the Convention is crucial, and continues toward the level of EU and national law. Czech anti-discrimination law embodied especially in the Antidiscrimination Code and regulating the prohibition of discrimination based on disability in the field of employment relationships, is based on the Framework Directive. Therefore, a significant part of this thesis is devoted to the Framework Directive and the relevant Court of Justice of the EU's decisions, within the CJEU interpreted the Framework Directive and filled many white...
Photographs of People from Employer's Point of View
Hendrychová, Jitka ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
Photographs of People from Employer's Point of View Abstract This thesis deals with capturing the image of employees and other people on photographs and use of these photographs by an employer. The aim is to address possibilities of using image of people, from its creation, publishing it or using it in different ways, to its erasure or destruction, all of that in labour law context. This thesis is divided into three main chapters. The first part deals with protection of personality of an individual in Civil Code and Labour Code. It describes capturing the image of an employee and using the image with and without their consent. Second chapter focuses on photographs in context of data protection, mainly with respect to processing photographs as personal data using legal titles in Art. 6 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation). The findings from previous chapters are applied on practical situations in all stages of employment in the third chapter. Part of this chapter is dedicated to the responsibility of an employee to abide the creation of portrait and to the questions of...
Obligations of the employer in sickness and pension insurance
Ježková, Martina ; Lang, Roman (advisor) ; Tomšej, Jakub (referee)
Obligations of the employer in sickness and pension insurance Abstract This thesis deals with the individual obligations of the employer in sickness and pension insurance. Sickness and pension insurance are two of the social insurance subsystems. The state does part of its responsibilities in this area through employers, as they have the easiest access to some information. Of course, the state could obtain information from the employees themselves, but this would represent a huge administrative burden on the state and a great logistical problem in how to actually obtain information from the employees. Obligations that an employer must fulfil may be difficult for a small employer who does not want to hire external companies to fulfil its obligations to the state and it can be almost impossible to fulfil all obligations properly. The most well-known obligations of employers, of which (perhaps) all citizen-employees know, are payments into the sickness and pension insurance system in the form of social security contributions. The employer pays the social security contributions for himself and his employees. However, this is certainly not the only obligation of employers. There are many more of obligations and they are regulated in various pieces of legislation. Therefore, the aim of this thesis is to present...
Welfare during unemployment
Brokešová, Michaela ; Štefko, Martin (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
This diploma thesis entitled "Welfare during unemployment" analyses the current legislation of the unemployment benefits in the Czech Republic and its individual aspects. The thesis focuses on a wide range of applicative and practical problems associated with it. Considering the systematic perspective, the thesis is divided into six chapters. The first part of the thesis provides a theoretical introduction, which is the basis for the understanding of the problem of unemployment in general. A reader gets familiar with its types, importance for individuals and also the consequences of loss of employment. Also, this chapter explains the reason why the different percentages have been reported in the unemployment statistics. On one hand, it is caused by the double calculation performed by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, and by the Czech Statistical Office on the other. The key concept of legal relations in employment is the right to work as a fundamental social right enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms, which is further discussed in the second chapter. Furthermore, the right to employment regulated by the Employment Act has been defined and the differences between them have been explained. The third chapter deals with the state employment policy, which is divided into...
Agency employment
Dohnal, Martin ; Štefko, Martin (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
Agency Employment Abstract My diploma thesis is focused on the agency employment. The institute of agency employment was integrated to our system of the legal regulations in 2004 and nowadays it is a very popular alternative of traditional employment. Employers perceived it as an institute that enables them to react quickly and effectively to the changes which take place on the labour market and therefore gain the needed employees in the right time. I decided to write about this topic mainly because agency employment is very interesting issue with great business opportunities, but unfortunately the Czech regulation isn't as complex and clear as it could be. Therefore, I find this topic quite intriguing. The thesis is divided into introduction, conclusion and six more chapters. First chapter introduces the term and origin of the institute of agency employment within the Czech system of legal regulations. Next chapter focuses on the legal regulation of agency employment. Firstly, I mention very briefly history of the agency employment legislation, then I focus on the international legislation of the agency employment and last but not least I also give a short excursion into European legislation. In the third and fourth chapter I analyse in depth private law aspects of the agency employment and then also...

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