Jednolita umowa o pracę na czas nieokreślony?
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The present chapter is dedicated to the analysis of the concept of the single open – ended employment contract. Such an idea is promoted by the European Commission. It also constitutes a subject of the discussion in several EU Member States. The single employment contract can be defined as an open – ended contract which has no ex-ante time limit, but contrasting with current open – ended contracts, provides sufficiently long entry phase and a gradual increase of protection rights increasing with seniority, with a stability phase thereafter. According to the concept, employees would be protected against dismissal by monetary rights, i.e. the severance payment that increases with seniority, as well as legal rights, such as e.g. notification procedure, maximum time for claim or possibility of reinstatement. In addition, employers who dismiss employees would be obliged to comply with some public duties, e.g. paying a solidarity tax dedicated to the financing of unemployment scheme. The basic aim of the open – ended contract would be to countervail a deep segmentation of national labour markets and to facilitate a transition from fixed – term to permanent employment. In general, Author critically evaluates the above-mentioned concept as an appropriate way of further development of labour law.
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