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Labor laws / Working rules

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2016

2016. May, No.184

Collective Agreement Systems in Modern Industrialized Nations: Summary and Observations

2015

2015. May, No.179

Labor-Management Relations in Sweden: With Focus on Rules for Wages and Labor Mobility “Research Project on Directions for Collective Labor Relations in Connection with the Establishment of Norms” Swedish Case

2015. May, No.178

Collective Agreement Systems in Modern Industrialized Nations: Company-based Collective Agreements in France

2015. May, No.177

Systems of Industrial Relations at Company and Workplace Level in Germany: With focus on the establishment of norms by works agreements and company-based collective agreements

2015. April, No.174

Comparative Analysis of Employment Dispute Cases Resolved by Labour Bureau Conciliation, Labour Tribunals and Court Settlement

2015. May, No.173

Present Situation of the Legal System Governing Dismissal in France

2013

2013. March, No.157

Collective Agreement Systems in Modern Industrialized Nations: Industry-Based Agreements in Germany and France

2012

2012. June, No.151

Comparative Law Study on Work-Life Balance <Final Report> (PDF:292KB)

2007

2007. September, No.88

Research Report on the Social Function of the Voluntary Rules and its Influence on Corporate Investment Behavior in Foreign Countries

2007. May, No.86

Interim Report on "Research on Support for Development of In-house Dispute Settlement System" (PDF:83KB)

2006

2006. October, No.7

Comparative Study on Legal Notion of Term 'Worker'

2006. June, No.62

Research on Night Work Performed by Young Workers in Various Countries: State of Labor by Children Actors, Etc.

2006. May, No.55

Change in Labor Relations and Ideals of Legal System (PDF:47KB)

2005

2005. November, No.36

Study on Working Hours Legislation for White-collar Jobs in Various Countries

2005. September, No.39

Report on "Survey Research concerning Labor Contract Legislation in Various Countries"

2005. March, No.19

Legal Mechanisms for Regulating Working Conditions: A Seven-country Comparison

2005. February, No.18

Legal Notion of Term 'Worker': A Seven-country Comparison

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