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Turkish Labor Law. Hardback. By (author) Michael L. Schmitt, By (author) Mehmet Nur Tanisik, By (author) Mehmet Nur Tansik. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
Personal Name: Schmitt, Michael . Rubrics: Labor laws and legislation Turkey.
Personal Name: Schmitt, Michael N. Personal Name: Tan??k, Mehmet Nur.
Michael N. Schmitt is an American law scholar specializing in international humanitarian law, use of force issues, and the international law applicable to cyberspace.
iş kanununun ingilizceye çevrilmiş hali, 4857 Labor Law English. Employers shall recruit such employees through the Public Employment Organisation of Turkey (Türkiye İş Kurumu). The nature of employees who shall be employed in the meaning of this clause, the types of jobs in which they may be engaged, the special conditions that will apply to them and their occupational orientation and how they shall be recruited professionally is to be indicated in a regulation which will be issued jointly by the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry. Michael N. SCHMI. Turkish Labor Law. Close. Are you sure you want to remove Turkish Labor Law from your list? Turkish Labor Law. Published 1997 by Transnational Publishers in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY. Written in English.
This book provides essential information on the legal rights of employers and employees in Turkey, plus up-to-date . The work mainly consists of three parts: introduction, individual labour law, and collective labour law in Turkey.
This book provides essential information on the legal rights of employers and employees in Turkey, plus up-to-date sections on wages, working hours, employment contracts, discrimination laws, and unions. The extensive material and numerous court decisions presented in each chapter will introduce readers to the major current debates in labour law and encourage them to engage in critical and independent assessment.
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