Οι υπηρεσίες του Ο.ΜΕ.Δ. παρέχονται στις συνδικαλιστικές οργανώσεις εργοδοτών και εργαζομένων καθώς και σε μεμονωμένους εργοδότες σε επίπεδο επιχείρησης που επιθυμούν να απευθυνθούν σε αυτόν. Μεταξύ των εργοδοτών συγκαταλέγεται και το Ελληνικό Δημόσιο, για τους εργαζόμενους με σχέση εργασίας ιδιωτικού δικαίου στις Δημόσιες υπηρεσίες, Ν.Π.Δ.Δ. και Ο.Τ.Α.
Labour law and worker protection in developing countries / edited by Tzehainesh TeklèMaterial type: TextPublication details: Oxford : Hart, 2010Description: xxxvi,301σ. ; 24εκISBN:
- 344.01 21 εκδ.
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Labour law and worker protection in the South: an evolving tension between models and reality / Tzehainesh Teklè -- The effectiveness of labour law and decent work aspirations in the developing countries: a framework for analysis / Rachid Filati Meknassi -- Trade liberalization, labour law, and development: a contextualization / Adelle Blackett -- Labour law in Latin America: the gap between norms and reality / Graciela Bensusán -- Labour law: a southern African perspective / Colin Fenwick, Evance Kalula, and Ingrid Landau -- Labour law in South Asia: the need for an inclusive approach / Kamala Sankaran.
This important new study shifts the focus of scholarly and policy debates on the role of labour law in an era of globalization away from the countries and labour law systems of the North to those of the global South. Placing its analysis within the context of the current scholarly debates on the challenges and future of labour law, the book critically reviews the relevant literature and reflects upon the way in which workers' protection tends to be conceptualized, as well as on the adequacy of the legal categories and tools used to further it, with special attention given to the effectiveness of labour legislation in promoting gender equality. The book argues that, in addition to problems in the application of labour law, there is a mismatch between the realities of the developing world and the social, economic and political underpinnings of the labour law. This dates back to its development in post-colonial African and South Asian countries and, to a lesser extent, in Latin American ones. The divergence persists, while new manifestations have appeared due to globalization, leaving a significant sumber of workers outside the scope of labour law and in need of protection. Against this background, the book explores regulatory and policy responses at different governance level to enhance the scope and application of labour legislation in Latin America, South Asia and southern Africa.