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A Study of Unfair Labor Practice Settlement: Lessons from the U.S.A. and Japan
Unfair Labor Practices;Labor Relations Commission;Collective Agreements Act;Labor Union Act;Settlement of Labor Disputes Act;Labor Dispute Resolution
|Issue Date:||2017-11-07 14:53:16 (UTC+8)|
One of the most remarkable amendments in the Settlement of Labor Disputes Act (passed by the Legislative Yuan on June 5, 2009) is the introduction of the Dispute Resolution for the unfair labor practices. The said legal system takes into consideration the unfair labor practices in the United States and Japan as well as purposes to cope with the disputes of the unfair Labor practices professionally and promptly by the administrative agency. Both in the United States and Japan, a special administrative commission is constructed under the unfair labor practices. Such commission plays an important role in between the labor and the employer relationship as it serves to examine the affairs of unfair labor practices and to release a relief order. However, it should be noted that settlement is the common method used to resolve the unfair labor practices in the United States and Japan. The reason is that the settlement can adjust the intensive relationship between the parties and resolve the disputes promptly. Considering the said concerns and the important role of the settlement in the dispute resolutions, this Essay therefore first observes the application of the settlement to cope with the unfair labor practices in the United States and Japan and further examines our legal systems in order to set the reference for our legislation in the future.
|Relation:||政大法學評論, 145, 147-197|
|Appears in Collections:||[法學評論 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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