Comparative Labor Law
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Comparative Labor Law

Edited by Matthew W. Finkin and Guy Mundlak

Economic pressure and corporate policies, both transnational and domestic, have placed labor law under severe stress. National responses are so deeply embedded in institutions reflecting local traditions that meaningful comparison is daunting. This book assembles a team of experts from many countries, drawing on a rich variety of comparative methods to capture changes in different countries and regions, emerging trends and national divergences.
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Chapter 6: Employee autonomy, privacy, and dignity under technological oversight

Matthew W. Finkin, Rüdiger Krause and Hisashi Takeuchi-Okuno

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JOBNAME: Finkin PAGE: 1 SESS: 8 OUTPUT: Thu Jun 25 15:23:46 2015 6. Employee autonomy, privacy, and dignity under technological oversight Matthew W. Finkin, Rüdiger Krause and Hisashi Takeuchi-Okuno I. INTRODUCTION The Industrial Revolution establ...

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