The Ministry of Labor and Social Policy has recently launched public debates as part of the overall consultation process regarding the new Labor Relations Law.
The Law is a positive step towards bringing national legislation closer to European Union legislation and good practices on the labor market.
The Labor Relations Task Force has prepared a position paper where we share our recommendations on the draft law to ensure that the final text provides a proportionate implementation of the provisions. The recommendations include:
- It is important to retain certain legal solutions from the current Labor Relations Law since they have proved effective in the past years of practical application.
- Simplifying and defining the provisions to reduce uncertainty and inefficiency in future procedures and interpretations.
- Ensure greater equality between employers and employees in their contractual relations.
- Anticipating the future conditions and requirements of the labor market.
The position paper has been prepared based on comments received from members and the Task Force meeting.