Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations by Benjamin Aaron, Hector-Hugo Barbagelata, Rolf Birk, Gian

By Benjamin Aaron, Hector-Hugo Barbagelata, Rolf Birk, Gian Primo Cella, R. Oliver Clarke, Efren Cordova, Franz Gamillscheg, Alvin Goldman, Bob Hepple, Tadashi Hanami, Jean-Jacques Oechslin, Alfred Pankert, Thilo Ramm, Jacques Rojot, Gerhard Schnorr, Titiano

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Each volume consists of reports from individual countries and a general summary. A wider ranging volume on contracts of employment, and one on professional associations, came out in 1966, followed in 1968 by another on the jurisdiction of labour tribunals. This series also contains details of the reports and proceedings of a Study Congress on Codetermination held in Luxemburg. The languages are German, French, Italian and Dutch. The EC is also responsible for the publication of a collection entitled Studies, Social Policy Series, comprising to date a total of about 40 issues.

96 of 1949) and the maintenance of Employment Services (Convention No. 88 of 1948). Various instruments were also adopted in the field of apprenticeship, vocational guidance and training. E. Wages 34. While the precise amount of wages can naturally not be regulated internationally, various Conventions and Recommendations were adopted in 1928 and in 1951 concerning minimum wage-fixing machinery, and 55 they were followed in 1970 by a Convention (no. 131) and a Recommendation (No. 135) which provide that States should establish a system of minimum wages to cover all groups of wage earners whose terms of employment are such that coverage would be appropriate.

More recently, a 1971 Convention (No. 135) and Recommendation (no. 143) provide for the protection and facilities to be afforded to workers' representatives in the undertaking. In 1975, the Rural Workers' Organisations Convention (No. 141) and Recommendation (No. 149) provided for policies of active encouragement to these organisations. In 1978, the Labour Relations (Public Service) Convention (No. 151) and Recommendation (No. 159) concerned themselves with the right to organise of public employees.

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