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Termination of Employment – de lege lata and de lege ferenda postulates

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This study will be concerned on the job regulations, focusing particularly on the conditions of termination of employment. It is a thesis of the present work to answer the question if de lege lata and de lege ferenda postulates to change the labour law are required. To consider it, an in-depth insight will be made into the legislation in 4 countries as follows: Poland, the United Kingdom, Egypt and Hungary in order to compare them.
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82-89
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  • Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University in Cracow, 24 Gołębia Street, 31-007 Cracow, Poland
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