1 edition of Redundancy and the Swedish Model found in the catalog.
Redundancy and the Swedish Model
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Written in English
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|Number of Pages||671|
Passive redundancy uses excess capacity to reduce the impact of component failures. One common form of passive redundancy is the extra strength of cabling and struts used in bridges. This extra strength allows some structural components to fail without bridge collapse. The extra strength used in the design is called the margin of safety. A redundancy situation occurs where there is a dismissal of an employee by an employer, not due to any act of the employee. The dismissal must result “wholly or mainly” from one of the following situations: 1. Where an employer has/intends to cease carrying on the business, or at that location i.e. closure.
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This book examines a previously scantly researched example of the negotiated solutions for which the Swedish model of labour relations is well-known.
In Swedish labour law, the dominant position of the employment perspective has resulted in a focus on the creation of protection against arbitrary dismissals and the reward for long and faithful Cited by: 5. Redundancy and the Swedish Model in An International Context (Studies in Employment and Social Policy Set) by Gabriella Sebardt Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / This book examines a previously scantly researched example of the negotiated solutions for which thAuthor: Gabriella Sebardt.
Legal framework of redundancy in Sweden --Private sector employment security agreements --The SN-PTK agreement on transition --State sector employment security agreements --Municipal sector employment security agreements --Analysis of redundancy in the Swedish model --Comparative evaluation.
Series Title: Studies in employment and social policy. * The book has also been published at Kluwer Law International, with the title Redundancy and the Swedish Model in an International Context; an international edition intended for the market outside the Nordic countries.
RECENSIONER modern European labour. Redundancy always takes precedence over dismissal or termination for personal reasons. However, if there is a dispute regarding the cause for termination, the employer must be able to show redundancy.
In a case heard by the Swedish Labour Court (AD no. 76), a company dismissed a baker citing shortage of work. Swedish derogation was a contract of employment where an agency hires a worker directly, rather than being the middleman between a worker and a client company.
It was a controversial model that avoided some of the rules of the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) Fair redundancy dismissal. For a dismissal to be fair, an employer must show: • The position is. genuinely redundant, including that the employee is the right person to be selected for redundancy following a proper selection process and • A.
fair procedure. and proper consultation has been. followed before taking the decision to dismiss. Using REDUNDANCY as a guideline we can see the following fields of informatics: • Data Processing - converting numbers to numbers Transforming from a low-REDUNDANCY code to another low-REDUNDANCY code Examples: book keeping, administration, statistics • Computer Graphics - converting numbers into pictures.
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“Jonathan thinks he has sufficient enough information to write the article.” -Choose the incorrect word that gives a rise to redundancy. ‘The helicopter systems and components have redundancy, the duplicated systems being installed on opposite sides of the fuselage.’ ‘Without an understanding of where breakdowns and failures occur, redundancy is the insurance policy.’ ‘This level of redundancy exists not only at the component level, but also at the distribution level.’.
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In Swedish and English law the courts in reality do not question the employer’s decision to dismiss employees for redundancy reasons. In Swedish law, for example, redundancy per se always constitutes just cause/objective grounds, and the employer has been given a unilateral right to decide when and if there is a redundancy situation.
Redundancy is often use to help pad out writing and make it seem longer than it really is, but instead of helping it just makes the writing difficult to read. Good writing is concise and informative.
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Maggie is Reviews: The Swedish derogation - so called because it was introduced into the regulations at the request of the Swedish government - provides an exemption from this as far as pay is concerned; it does not affect agency workers' entitlements to other provisions under the regulations such as annual leave after 12 weeks, 'day-one' rights and rest breaks.
1 day ago Jamie Redknapp, 47, and his former wife Louise Redknapp, 44, called it quits in after almost 20 years of couple share two children together; Charley, 15, and Beau, LOUISE Redknapp is holidaying in Ibiza with her sons after it was revealed ex Jamie has moved on with a Swedish model.
Louise, 45, showed off her figure in. redundant translation in English-Swedish dictionary. more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it was supererogatory of her to gloat"; "delete.
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Earlier this month Jamie was pictured on The Sun Online with year-old Frida.Use these 19 examples of redundancy from Writers Write, your one-stop writing resource, to avoid the needless repetition of words.
What Is Redundancy In English? Redundancy in the needless repetition of words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs or ideas. Redundancy is when we use two or more words together that mean the same thing, for example, ‘adequate enough’.