INTERNATIONAL LEGAL REGULATION OF LABOR DISPUTES
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Goals and objectives: the Main purpose of the study is to consider the relevant topics - international legal regulation of labor disputes. To this end, the author solves such problems as: the allocation of the specifics of the international legal regulation of labor disputes in the labor legislation of the Russian Federation and in the labor legislation of foreign countries, the analysis of legal regulation of judicial and pre-trial procedures. Methodology. The study was carried out using a set of scientific approaches and methods, the leading among which were: analysis and synthesis, system, complex, statistical, specific legal, comparative legal methods. Results and conclusions of the study. The author substantiates the conclusion that the experience of great Britain in the development of procedural codes that help the parties to labor relations to settle their differences at the local level is interesting. In this connection, it is advisable to fix at the Federal level the rules on the features of a phased pre-trial consideration of its by the employer. Practical importance. Practical interest for representatives of science and practice is the proposal to consolidate at the Federal level the rules on the features of a phased pre-trial consideration of individual labor disputes by the employer. This will facilitate a fuller, more comprehensive review of disputes and, in some cases, will be able to prevent and resolve disputes between the employee and the employer without recourse to specialized state bodies for the protection of their rights. The originality of the study. The study is of interest to specialists in the field of law, both researchers of theoretical and practical aspects.
How to Cite:
Ergasheva I.V., (2018), INTERNATIONAL LEGAL REGULATION OF LABOR DISPUTES. Gaps in Russian legislation, 5: 86-89.
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Keywords:
labour disputes, international law, regulation, the legal system, the court, pre-trial procedure, judicial procedure, justice, the Commission.