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Título: Premises of direct and indirect discrimination in employment in the system of law of the European Union
Autor(es): Monika Smusz-Kulesza
Resumo: The premises of direct and indirect discrimination differ from each other and in each case based on anti-discrimination regulations the court should star with determining what form of discrimination might have occurred bearing in mind it is not bound by the form advanced by the party to the proceedings. After establishing it is direct discrimination that might have occurred the court should determine if all positive premises are fulfilled, so if a person has been treated unfavorably, in comparison to another person in relevantly similar situation with the main difference of a protected characteristic between them and if the reason for unfavorable treatment was the protected characteristic. If positive premises have been fulfilled and the defendant does not raise any defense the claim should be successful. Otherwise - depending on the content of national regulation - if the defendant proves or if the court considers the negative premises occur the claim should be dismissed. The negative premises – if provided by national law - can be genuine occupational requirement, permissibility of differentiation on the basis of religion or belief by employers who are faith-based organizations and permissibility of age differentiation in certain circumstances. In case of establishing that it is indirect discrimination that may have occurred the court should establish positive premises of this form of discrimination which are apparently neutral rule, criterion or practice, disadvantageous effect, protected characteristic and the causal link between disadvantageous effect and the protected characteristic. If positive premises have been fulfilled the claim should be successful unless negative premises occur. As it comes to indirect discrimination differential effect of treatment may be justified where it pursues a legitimate aim and where the means to pursue that aim are appropriate and necessary
Publicado em: In: Revista do CEJ. - [Lisboa] : CEJ. - N.º 1 (2017), p. 271-280
Assuntos: Igualdade | Não discriminação | Direito do trabalho da UE
Veja também: Smusz-Kulesza, Monika
Localização: PP.228 (CEJ)

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Título: EU labour law
Autor(es): A. C. L. Davies
Publicação: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2012
Descrição física: XXXII, 271 p. ; 24 cm
Resumo: Preface Part I: Introduction 1. Themes in EU Labour Law 2. Regulatory Techniques Part II: Topics in EU Labour Law 3. Worker Migration and Market Integration 4. Equality 1: Women and Men 5. Equality 2: New Grounds, New Techniques 6. Workers and ‘Atypical’ Workers 7. Working Time 8. Worker Protection and Participation 9. Postscript Index
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 978-1-78100-435-7
Assuntos: Direito do trabalho | Direito do trabalho da UE | Legislação laboral
CDU: 349.2
Veja também: Davies, A. C. L.
Localização: DAH.606 (CEJ) - 30000028839

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Título: EU employment law
Autor(es): Catherine Barnard
Edição: 4. ed
Publicação: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012
Descrição física: LIII, 739 p. ; 25 cm
Resumo: Part One: Introduction. 1: The Evolution of EU 'Social' Policy. 2: Law-making in the Field of Social Policy. 3: The Employment Title and the Lisbon Strategy. Part Two: Migrant Workers. 4: Free Movement of (Economically Active) Persons and the Limitations on Free Movement. Part Three: Equality Law. 5: Equality Law: An Introduction. 6: Equal Pay. 7: Equal Treatment. 8: Family Friendly Policies. 9: Equal Treatment in Respect of Social Security and Pensions. Part Four: Health and Safety and Working Conditions. 10: Health and Safety. 11: Working Conditions. Part Five: Employee Rights on Restructuring Enterprises. 12: Transfers of Undertakings. 13: Collective Redundancies and Employees' Rights on the Employer's Insolvency. Part Six: Collective Labour Law. 14: Worker Involvement in Decision-Making. 15: Freedom of Association, Collective Bargaining, and Collective Action
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 978-0-19-969292-7
Assuntos: Direito do trabalho | Direito do trabalho da UE
CDU: 349.2
Veja também: Barnard, Catherine
Localização: DAH.596 (CEJ) - 30000028715

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Título: EU anti-discrimination law
Autor(es): Evelyn Ellis, Philippa Watson
Edição: 2. ed
Publicação: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012
Descrição física: XLVII, [3], 519 p. ; 25 cm
Resumo: 1: Introduction. 2: Essential Characteristics of EU Law. 3: General Principles and Equal Treatment. 4: Key Concepts in EU Anti-Discrimination Law. 5: Equal Pay. 6: The Scope and Enforcement of the Workplace Anti-Discrimination Provisions. 7: Discrimination on the Grounds of Pregnancy and Materinty. 8: Non-Workplace Discrimination. 9: Exceptions to the Non-Discrimination Principle. 10: Equality in Social Security. 11: Conclusions
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 978-0-19-969846-2
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Direito da União Europeia | Direito do trabalho da UE | Discriminação no trabalho
CDU: 341.231
Veja também: Ellis, Evelyn | Watson, Philippa
Localização: DME.351 (CEJ) - 30000028719

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