Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this monograph on South Korea not only describes and analyses the legal aspects of labour relations, but also examines labour relations practices and developing trends. It provides a survey of the subject that is both usefully brief and sufficiently detailed to answer most questions likely to arise in any pertinent legal setting.
Both individual and collective labour relations are covered in ample detail, with attention to such underlying and pervasive factors as employment contracts, suspension of the contracts, dismissal laws and covenant of non-competition, as well as international private law. The author describes all important details of the law governing hours and wages, benefits, intellectual property implications, trade union activity, employers’ associations, workers’ participation, collective bargaining, industrial disputes, and much more.
Building on a clear overview of labour law and labour relations, the book offers practical guidance on which sound preliminary decisions may be based. It will find a ready readership among lawyers representing parties with interests in South Korea, and academics and researchers will appreciate its value in the study of comparative trends in laws affecting labour and labour relations.
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List of Abbreviations
Chapter 1. General Remarks
Chapter 2. The Sources of Labour Law
Chapter 3. The Law of the Labour Market
Part I. Individual Labour Relations
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The Labour Contract (Including Fixed-term Contracts)
Chapter 3. Remuneration
Chapter 4. Working Time
Chapter 5. Safety and Health
Chapter 6. The Termination of Individual Labour Contracts
Part II. Collective Labour Relations
Chapter 1. Freedom of Association, Trade Unions and Employers’ Associations
Chapter 2. Workers’ Participation
Chapter 3. Collective Bargaining
Chapter 4. Strikes, Lock-outs and the Settlement of Disputes
Chapter 5. Unfair Labour Practices and the Law