1. The rationale for Labour Law. Bargaining power and protection of the weak party.
2. Sources of Labour Law. The Constitution. The internationalization of Labour Law. Enforcement machinery.
3. Labor supply and demand and the law. Labor markets and institutions. Job creation and unemployment reduction.
4. Employment contracts. Registration with Social Security. Managerial powers and legal limits.
5. Labour standards. Wages, hours, health and safety at work, work-life balance.
6. Social security contributions and benefits.
7. Modification of the employment relationship. Internal flexibility.
8. Termination of the employment relationship.
9. International employee mobility and the law.