Frank Hendrickx

Ph.D.; LL.M.

Prof. Dr. Frank Hendrickx is professor of labour law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Leuven (Belgium). He is also part-time professor of European labour law at Tilburg Law School, hosted at the ReflecT Institute.

Professor Hendrickx has specialized in European and comparative labour law. An additional specialization is sports law, with a focus on the legal status of athletes, European sports law and doping.

Frank Hendrickx has published numerous articles and books and regularly advises governments, international institutions and private organisations in the area of labour law as well as in sports law. He is the editor-in-chief of the European Labour Law Journal and General Editor of the International Encyclopaedia of Laws.

He is president of the Belgian Association for Labour Law and Social Security Law, and Secretary of the Belgian Association for Industrial.

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Labour Law and Social Progress: Holding the Line or Shifting the Boundaries?

Labour Law and Social Progress: Holding the Line or Shifting the Boundaries? is a collection of incisive essays that focus on the emerging global paradigm shift in labour and employment relations. For forty years the international watchword has been deregulation of labour law and of social...

By Roger Blanpain†, Frank Hendric...
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Reasonable Accommodation in the Modern Workplace

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Volume 93 Reasonable Accommodation in the Modern Workplace. Potential and Limits of the Integrative Logics of Labour Law, is the first study to analyse, on a global scale, how employment discrimination law gives shape to an accommodated workplace in three...

By Roger Blanpain†, Frank Hendric...
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National Effects of the Implementation of EU Directives on Labour Migration from Third Countries

In National Effects of the Implementation of EU Directives on Labour Migration from Third Countries, six distinguished European labour law academics discuss how three EU Directives on labour migration – the Single Permit Directive, the Blue Card Directive, and the Directive on Seasonal...

By Roger Blanpain†, Frank Hendric...
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New Forms of Employment in Europe

New Forms of Employment and EU Law sheds light on policy options for policymakers and practitioners on the position regarding new forms of employment in EU Member States and other European countries. In recent years, new forms of employment have been on the rise all over Europe.

By serieseditedby Roger Blanpain†, Frank...
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