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Transfer of an employee to alternative work due to health reasons
Čermáková, Anna ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Matějka Řehořová, Lucie (referee)
1 Transfer of an employee to alternative work due to health reasons Abstract This thesis deals with the legal regulation of the institute of transferring an employee to alternative work due to health reasons and its related labor law contexts. The introductory chapter briefly describes the development and legal regulation of the institute of transfer of an employee to alternative work. Attention is focused on the compliance of unilateral transposition with the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms and the obligations arising from international treaties, as well as the principles of labor and civil law. In addition to that, essential terms for the further discussion of the institute of transfer of an employee are being defined: the type of work, specific description of the type of work and the employer's dispositional power. The second part of the thesis is dedicated to the legal regulation of changes in the content of the employment by agreement and unilateral legal action and in particular, by transfer. The third part focuses on the introduction of basic occupational health concepts, which are used in the following chapters focusing on transfers due to health reasons. Attention is focused mainly on the medical opinion, which is one of the most common and problematic reasons for transferring employees...
Employee's Health Incapacity to Work and Legal Nature of Medical Certificates
Sadílek, Martin ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
Employee's Health Incapacity to Work and Legal Nature of Medical Certificates Abstract This thesis is named "Employee's Health Incapacity to Work and Legal Nature of Medical Certificates." Employee's health incapacity to work has significant consequences for the master-servant relationship and these consequences are visible in the areas of creation, modification and termination of the master-servant relationship. This incapacity can also have various causes and every cause can have different labour-law consequences. Employee's health incapacity can, however, be declared only by a medical certificate or by a decision of an administrative authority, which reviews the medical certificate. Only on the basis of the above mentioned medical certificate or decision of an administrative authority which reviews the medical certificate are the employer and employee entitled to actions predicted by legislation. In recent years, there has been a change in how medical certificates are viewed upon in terms of their legal nature. Today, medical certificates are not considered as legally binding, but only as a non-binding opinion. The objective of this thesis is to describe and analyse the legal regulation of medical certificates, with extra attention being paid to the legal nature of those certificates. The goal is also to...

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