Labour Law

Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.M.54
Credits: 3.00
Department: Civil Law and Procedure
Lecturer: N.Pavliv-Samoil
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: To know: procedure of documenting of individual and collective relations at enterprises, establishments, organizations; procedure of conducting collective bargaining when concluding a collective labor agreement; content and procedure of local normative acts adoption; documenting of the procedure of concluding a labor contract, employment agreement; drawing up accompanying documents of various types for an employee’s transfers; documenting termination of employer-employee relations: on the employee’s initiative, on the employer’s initiative, on the initiative of third party that is not a party to the employment agreement; procedure of the establishment and regulation of working hours, their separate types and patterns; procedure and documenting of granting leaves envisaged by legislation; procedure and documenting of bringing employees to responsibility: disciplinary, material; fulfillment of organizational measures for labor protection at enterprises, establishments, organizations; fundamentals of regulation of social-partnership relations. To be able: to use competently normative legal acts; to determine the procedure of adoption and documenting local normative acts; to characterize the rights and responsibilities of the employee, employer, working collectively; to determine grounds and procedure of bringing employees to be disciplinary and material responsibility; of to settle collective and individual labor disputes; to analyze controversial issues, arising in practice (in the sphere of employment of hired labor based on employment agreements) applying the norms of labor legislation and their consideration in judicial proceedings.
Required prior and related subjects: Theory of state and law; Constitutional law.
Summary of the subject: Goal: to provide for the students foundational knowledge of practical application of the norms of labor laws of Ukraine; promote acquiring by the students of the skills of unsupervised work, which will permit to advance and upgrade practical skills in the sphere of employment of hired labor and social partnership; to form law-governed legal awareness and boost the level of legal culture. The task of the discipline learning by students of the legal and regulatory sources regulating procedure of appearance, changing and termination of labor relations and relations between the work collective and the employer and mastering by them of the main practical problems existing in the sphere of employment of hired labor based on employment agreements.
Assessment methods and criteria: Rating of recitation during practical classes; presentations during practical classes of the reference paper, report, participation in a discussion, etc.; knowledge evaluation tests of students in the relevant subject of the lecture course; written tests (answers to the questions of the lecture course, solving of practical problems, exercising, etc.); execution of homework assignment; examination.
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