Form of Implementation of Collective Disputes in the Field of Labor Law
Labor relations have always been defined as a source of not only increasing of well-being for all parties, but also as a source of the formation of social problematic situations. This was allowed in cases when workers did not receive the level of income they expected and considered fair. In this case, the search for ways to protect the rights of workers, which is considered in the field of labor law, is relevant. The standard sources for the implementation of forms of protection in labor law are strikes and other forms of termination of the work process. The novelty of the paper is determined by the fact that in modern society the forms of protection of labor rights are mainly judicial forms, which guarantee that the employer cannot influence the settlement process by unofficially affecting employees. The article reveals aspects of the design of labor relations that could eliminate the negative impact on the labor process. Aspects of the formation of the branch of labor law are considered, which can provide the maximum number of decisions in the pretrial order. The practical significance of the paper is determined by the possibility of applying methods of solving collective labor disputes as a factor in the formation of the labor law industry with the formation of the principles of sustainable functioning and public control over business.
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