Chapter 4: Reflexive employment protection
Employment protection constitutes the core of what is traditionally known as individual labour law or employment law. Adequate protection against arbitrary decisions of management has for a considerable time been the essential pillar of labour law. Conceived as an individual right, employment protection plays a central role in Otto Kahn-Freund’s famous definition of labour law as countervailing force.
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