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work

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struggle

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overemphasize

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be disadvantaged by

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In summary, the expense to the parties in pursuing and defending claims before the Dubai Labour Court can be significant.
The Labour Court found, that Danish law should be applied.
The labour court in Abu Dhabi has a jurisdiction over cases involving workers in the private sector, through the application of the Labor Law and the Human Rights Charter, taking into account speed and fairness while resolving cases.
The final version of the Ontario Collective Bargaining Act (OCBA), enacted on 14 April 1943, provided for a labour court, a division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, to act as the administrator of the new legislation with the power to establish appropriate bargaining units, to certify unions that demonstrated that they had the support of the majority of employees in the unit and were free of employer domination, and to settle disputes arising out of negotiations between employers and unions.
Aditya Joshi, the lawyer appearing for Bajaj Auto was quoted as saying, "The order proves that the June salaries had been cut off on fair grounds and this will help us to prove this strike illegal in the Labour Court."
The Labour Court considered that it was indisputable that the Company's operation had been subject to certain alterations and that shortage of work still existed in respect of four employees.
Irish Congress of Trade Unions President Jack O'Connor addressed protesters and claimed the company was not prepared to observe the Labour Court's ruling.
The statement read: "The Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd confirms that an application has been lodged, set for next Wednesday in Johannesburg, by Bakkies Botha in the Labour Court by virtue of which the Court is requested to find that the agreement between Bakkies Botha and the Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd be declared null and void and that the Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd consequently is obliged to sign a clearance form in terms of which Bakkies Botha would be authorised to play rugby for the French Rugby Club Toulon.
In its ruling the labour court said that the minimum height policy effectively excluded 28.2% of the female workforce in Sweden from working in the company's factories.
The National Labour Court orders 400,000 striking public-sector staff back to work, 24 hours after they launched a general strike that paralysed ports and airports and forced banks and other public services to close.
The Scandinavian airline SAS has reportedly filed a lawsuit in the Danish labour court against the Danish airline functionaries' union LFF.
However, as the criteria to decide such validity are so vague and ambiguous, they make the outcome of Labour Court litigation unpredictable.
The post concerned was in the operating theatre.Ms Mahlburg appealed against the rejection of her application to the Arbeitsgericht (Labour Court) in Rostock claiming that she had been discriminated against on grounds of sex, within the meaning of the EU Directive on equal treatment for men and women in employment.
This book discusses the experiences of labour court judges in dealing with the different issues on which they have had to adjudicate in the area of labour rights.
The policy will encompass the sensitive issues like hire and fire, contract labour, child and bonded labour, non-implementation of existing labour laws, delay in labour court decisions, old age benefits, social security, working hours and implementation of fix salary amount and restoration of unions in Radio, PTV and other organisations.