Individual and collective labour law
collective labour law
Labour law governs the rules between employee and employer. Within their labour relationship, both are given several rights and obligations vis a vis each other. Therefore a distinction is to be made between individual labour law (labour agreement, wages, resignation) and collective labour law (collective bargaining agreements (CBA’s), joint committees, collective resignation, foreclosure of companies).
Social security law creates a social safety net in the event a labour relationship or agreement with regard to self-employment is terminated. The main goal of our social security is to provide parties in a alterative income for employees or self employed persons die otherwise would not be in a position to acquire income.
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