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Diversity management v Evropské komisi
Kuntová, Adéla
Kuntová, A. Diversity Management in the European Commission. Bachelor thesis. Brno: Mendel University in Brno, 2023. The topic of the bachelor's thesis is diversity management in the European Commission. The aim of the thesis is to investigate and assess the functioning of diversity management in the European Commission and, if necessary, propose measures for its improvement. The first part of the thesis focuses on basic concepts, issues in the field of diversity management, and areas closely related to it. The second part of the thesis is based on an interview with an employee of the European Commission and quantitative research conducted through a questionnaire survey. A total of 112 employees of the European Commission filled out the questionnaire. Finally, after evaluating the collected data, suggestions and possible recommendations for better and more efficient functioning of diversity management in the European Commission follow.
Rovné zachádzanie pri výkone pracovných činností z pohľadu antidiskriminačného zákona
Šarláková, Lucia
ŠARLÁKOVÁ, L. Equal treatment in performance of work activities from the point of view of antidiscrimination law. Bachelor thesis. Brno: Mendel University, 2023. The bachelor thesis is dealing with equal treatment in work performance from the point of view of Czech antidiscrimination law n. 198/2009 Sb. This work includes explanation of terms concerning discrimination. For instance, types of discrimination, acceptable forms of discrimination, development of legal legislation in the field of protection of equal treatment of employees and job applicants. The thesis includes protective measures against discrimination and models of discrimination in the labour market as well. All terms relate to labour market. In practical part, based on interview with the company, the position of employees in specific company is analysed from the point of view od discrimination. The was company decides among potential job applicants. The conclusion is devoted to recommendations.
Comparing human rights arguments against women's suffrage and same­sex marriage
Kubicová, Kateřina ; Hofmannová, Helena (advisor) ; Uhl, Pavel (referee)
This thesis focuses on the new human rights and their significance in the context of current legislation and case law. It defines their content and possibilities of their regulation, as well as provides specific cases and doctrinal concepts. The new human rights include the rights of members of the LGBTQ+ community. This thesis focuses in more detail on the topic of same- sex marriage, which is widely discussed (not only) in the Czech Republic. These marriages have not yet been allowed in our country, although the European trend is different - it is therefore appropriate to ask what the current arguments of their opponents are. They mention, for example, the historical aspects of the institution or the potential threat to traditional schemes. Its supporters, on the other hand, stress the importance of equal rights for all, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The thesis also uses a traditional constitutional law tool, the proportionality test, to compare these positions, which primarily weighs the importance of the rights on both sides. This paper focuses on comparing the arguments used by contemporary opponents of same-sex marriage with those historically used by opponents of women's suffrage. The primary reason for this choice is that these arguments overlap to a large extent. Yet,...
The Gender Pay Gap within the European Union
Ederová, Michaela ; Plechanovová, Běla (advisor) ; Knutelská, Viera (referee)
The thesis describes the gender pay gap and evaluates it from the view of the European Union and the Member States. It focuses on the measures and instruments that have been developed to tackle the causes of the gender pay gap. The definition of the pay gap is given and the gender and gender roles are described. The gender pay gap as a systematic underpayment of women is measured using adjusted and unadjusted data. The thesis concerns with primary causes of the gender pay gap, such as the horizontal and vertical segregation, differences in human capital, or discrimination. It deals with the gender pay gap at the level of the European Union and at the level of the individual Members States. The role of the European Union is described and assessed as well as its legislative and non-legislative instruments. The focus is on the proactive measures that contribute to solving the primary causes of the gender pay gap. The positive action measures and family-friendly measures are presented.
The employment of women in leadership positions from the labor law perspective
Černá, Julia ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Tomšej, Jakub (referee)
THE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS FROM THE LABOR LAW PERSPECTIVE ABSTRACT This thesis focuses on the issue of gender-based discrimination in the field of economic and political leadership. It explores various forms of discriminatory conduct and examines the viability of positive measures and the rationales for their adoption. Special attention is given to the examination of the institute of quotas, their impact on the current (lack of) gender equality, and the prospects of integrating them into our legal framework through labor law regulations. The thesis outlines previous attempts to introduce them, the current stance towards their implementation and some regulatory models that can be observed in foreign jurisdictions. Within a broader sociological-economic context, the thesis analyzes specific barriers that hinder women in their career advancements, such as the glass ceiling and tokenism. It analyzes the causes and consequences of labor market segmentation in terms of horizontal and vertical segregation and emphasizes the problematic nature of this phenomenon. The main objective of the thesis is to analyze current legal systems in terms of international, European Union, and Czech law in their efforts of addressing the aforementioned issue. Relevant legislation regulating this area is...
Limits of restrictions on fundamental rights and freedoms in connection with vaccination against COVID-19
Studničková, Alena ; Grinc, Jan (referee)
Limits of restrictions on fundamental rights and freedoms in connection with vaccination against covid-19 The thesis deals with the limits of restrictions on fundamental rights and freedoms in connection with vaccination against the covid-19 disease. Its goal is, firstly, to assess the compliance of the introduction of mandatory vaccination against covid-19 in the Czech Republic with the constitutional order, or to define the conditions that the legislation would have to meet in order to be considered constitutionally compliant, and secondly, to evaluate the legality of extraordinary measures issued for the purpose to get rid of the covid-19 epidemic. The text contains an outline of the legal regulation of compulsory vaccination in the Czech Republic, supplemented by an analysis of the relevant jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court, which is followed by a description of the regulation of the introduction of compulsory vaccination against the covid-19 disease in December 2022 and an evaluation of its constitutionality at the time of publication and at the time of completion of the work from the author's point of view. The next part is devoted to extraordinary measures related to vaccination against the covid-19 disease in the field of labour relations, education and services, where the emphasis...
Gender stereotypes women face in business in the Czech Republic
Rollová, Elisabeth ; Teichman, Klaudia (advisor) ; Grygar, Jakub (referee)
This thesis deals with gender stereotypes that women face in business in the Czech Republic. Although it may seem that men and women are equal in society, women still face gender biases that place them in the roles of mothers. Entrepreneurship is then perceived as a male domain. These gender roles and other stereotypes make it difficult for women to integrate into the labor market. Because of this binary perception of roles in society, women often do not even consider entrepreneurship as a career choice for fear of not having a chance to succeed. The main objectives of this thesis are to find out what stereotypes women encounter in entrepreneurship and how they cope with them. The thesis analyses qualitative data obtained through semi-structured interviews with six Czech female entrepreneurs.
Equal treatment and non-discrimination in employment relations
Vaněk, Šimon ; Matějka Řehořová, Lucie (advisor) ; Koldinská, Kristina (referee)
1 Equal treatment and non-discrimination in employment relations Abstract The thesis deals with the principle of equal treatment and non-discrimination in employment relations. The aim of the author is to introduce the basic concepts related to the issue under the thesis, to present the overview of related legislation, to mention sine key case law, to introduce other projects to promote equal treatment and ban discrimination and to evaluate the current legislation as well as recent changes and expected future developments. The introductory part defines basic concepts such as equality, discrimination (including its forms) and positive action. In the following sections, the legislation in international law and in European Union law is presented, including a closer look at some of the case law that can be identified as very important and that has contributed to the interpretation of the legal rules or to legislative changes. Then the regulation of the issue in the legal system of the Czech Republic is presented, from the constitutional foundations through the most important laws, including the Anti- Discrimination Act and the Labour Code, to other laws that relates to the issue. The understanding of the issue of the thesis is also presented with examples from the case law of Czech courts, which precises the...
Dance floor as a safe space: interviews with women of Czech club culture
Láska, Timon ; Hroch, Miloš (advisor) ; Turek, Pavel (referee)
The practical bachelor's thesis Dance Floor as a Safe Space: interviews with women in Czech club culture was written as a response to the ongoing debate about safe spaces in club cultures, in which the part of society most affected by the discussion, i.e. women, the queer community and other marginalized groups, rarely get a place to express themselves. The issue is more serious in the context of club cultures and the predominantly specific rave culture because these cultures present themselves as egalitarian cultures without any marginalization based on gender, sex, race, nation, or religion. In addition to gender diversity, the thesis also deals with the issue of safe spaces within club cultures; these two issues are closely and inextricably linked. The theoretical part of the thesis introduces the concepts that relate to the topic from a historical and contemporary context, it deals with the theory of the genre of the journalistic interview, gender and gender stereotyping, safe space, and last but not least club cultures and the rave culture under study. It will also delineate the functioning and differences between the scenes of both cities, Prague and Brno. The practical part of the thesis will present a series of ten interviews with women and non-binary people from the club cultures of Prague...

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