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Unfair Labor Practices;Labor Dispute
|Issue Date:||2017-05-17 15:10:49 (UTC+8)|
“Integral Research Project on Administrative Decisions and Judicial Decisions on the Unfair Labor Practices: Subproject 1 - Disadvantageous Treatment”Since May 2011, “Unfair Labor Practice” have been put into practice, and to some extent, it must have impacts on the development of collective labor relations in Taiwan in the future. This study on“Integral Research Project on Administrative Decisions and Judicial Decisions on the Unfair Labor Practices” will focus on the administrative decisions and the related court decisions in Taiwan, and analyses in connection with these decisions will also be conducted. By studying on the related decisions on “Unfair Labor Practice,” reviewing the administrative and judicial
practices thoroughly and commenting in the light of theories or making advice on potential amendment of the
laws, the ambition of this project is to make contributions to the theory and the practice of “Unfair Labor Practice” in Taiwan, and even to the development of the labor law system in Taiwan. The integral project can further be divided into four subprojects, and they are “Disadvantageous Treatment,”“Collective Bargaining,” “Domination or Interference”and “Jurisdiction and Administrative Discretion.”This
“Integral Research Project on Administrative Decisions and Judicial Decisions on the Unfair Labor Practices: Disadvantageous Treatment (the First Sub-Project)” is a sub-project of the abovementioned integral project, and it will concentrate on the study of treatment which made by the employer to cause illegal influences on operation of trade union. As a result, future research will not only enrich the Labor Law, and was used as a reference for
future operations of our practice, in order to improve the standard of the court‘s rulings and decisions and contribute to the stability of the ruling Labor and the correctness of the administration of justice set up.
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