Development and Comparison of Labor Law Conditions and the Institute of Holidays in the Czech Republic and in the Slovak Republic in the Years 1918 – 2020, and Comparison of the Length of Holidays in Selected Countries

31 Pages Posted: 4 Mar 2021

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Richard Blatný

Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Law

Date Written: March 1, 2021

Abstract

The scientific study is based on the main conclusions of my research in the field of the development of labor conditions and the institute of leave in the Czech lands and in Slovakia, from their beginnings to the legal status as of 1.1. 2021 according to Act No. 285/2020 Coll. The study contains an overview of labor law legislation and the development of labor protection in a given time context in both cultural areas. The comparison of legal regulations in both territories is an interesting excursion in the field of legal history, but it mainly provides important expanding knowledge in the field of contemporary labor law. An overview of this matter is given in ten chapters with moments of gradual development of increasingly sophisticated adjustments up to the present with a view to the future.

Keywords: Leave, entitlement to leave, additional leave, international regulation of labor law issues and labor protection, amendment to the Labor Code

Suggested Citation

Blatný, Richard, Development and Comparison of Labor Law Conditions and the Institute of Holidays in the Czech Republic and in the Slovak Republic in the Years 1918 – 2020, and Comparison of the Length of Holidays in Selected Countries (March 1, 2021). Charles University in Prague Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2021/I/1, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3795372 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3795372

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