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Equal remuneration of employees
Hampelová, Marcela ; Morávek, Jakub (advisor) ; Lang, Roman (referee)
54 Equal remuneration of employees Abstract This thesis in detail describes the Czech legislation in the field of equal remuneration of employees, which forms an essential part of labor law. The principle of equal remuneration is one of the key concepts in the pursuit of social justice and equality in the workplace and is also closely related to the prevention of discrimination. Considering the scope, this thesis cannot be completely exhaustive and is focused only on selected aspects of unequal remuneration. The aim of this diploma thesis is mainly to provide a comprehensive interpretation in relation to the provisions of equal wage, salary or remuneration for equal (same) work or work of the same value, to identify weak areas in the legislation and to outline possible direction for the future legislation. In addition to the introduction and conclusion, this thesis is divided into five main chapters, which are further divided into individual subsections. In the first and second chapter of this thesis, the focus is on the interpretation of European and national legislation on equal remuneration and describes the principles that govern this legislation. The third chapter is focused on Czech national and European jurisprudence in the area of unequal remuneration and evaluates what conclusions are drown from...
Equal pay
Staňková, Martina ; Tomšej, Jakub (advisor) ; Matějka Řehořová, Lucie (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to explain the concept of equal pay, if society talks about equal pay at all, or rather if it talks about unequal pay. In order to understand the concept of equal remuneration, firstly it is necessary explain the definition of remuneration, its types, and the related systems of payment of individual remuneration. The concept of equal pay is based on fundamental principles such as the principle of equal treatment, the principle of fair pay and the principle of non-discrimination, which are always codified in legislation of the highest legal force. The thesis deals in detail with the legal regulation of equal pay, all at world, EU and domestic level. In contrast to global or EU legislation, national legislation is younger and less developed, yet it is given due attention. A thorough analysis can determine whether the legislation at the above levels is sufficient, applied and enforceable. The issue of equal pay or pay gap and the definition of equal work or work of equal value are also addressed by the Czech judiciary. The thesis provides key decisions that helps to develop the legal provisions. Gender and gender inequality are closely linked to the concept of unequal pay, as gender is the most common cause of unequal pay. Gender inequality in pay is expressed through the GPG...
Equal Opportunities for Men and Women in Labur-Law Relationships
Sochorová, Petra ; Vysokajová, Margerita (advisor) ; Štangová, Věra (referee) ; Brádlerová, Libuše (referee)
The dissertation deals with the provisions of law applicable to equal opportunities of women and men in labour-law relationships. In this context, it mainly focuses on employment laws; Act No. 198/2009 Coll. on equal treatment and on legal remedies against discrimination and on amendment of some other acts (the Discrimination Act); and other related laws and regulations applicable in this area. The dissertation is divided into nine main chapters. Its core is comprised of chapters 4 through 8, which contain a detailed analysis of the statutory provisions governing the equal opportunities of women and men in employment in Czech laws, EU laws, and international treaties. Chapters 1 through 3 offer a general introduction to the domain of equal opportunities, while chapter 9 summarises the conclusions and findings of the dissertation. The first chapter explains why the dissertation deals with equal opportunities of women and men in labour-law relationships, and highlights the importance of this issue in international law and in the EU's social policies. This chapter also underlines the extraordinary community-wide significance of this issue. The second chapter contains an analysis of the basic terms used with regard to equal opportunities of women and men in labour-law relationships, and explains the...

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