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1 Introduction Labor market institutions are considered key determinants of the functioning of the labor market and, hence, of economic performance ( Blanchard and Wolfers, 2000 , Botero et al., 2005 , Turrini et al., 2014 , OECD, 2019 ). A less studied issue is, however, how enforcement of regulation by the judicial system affects labor market outcomes. In the case of employment protection legislation (EPL), labor courts play a central role. EPL mandates procedural rules for the resolution of firings. These rules create some room for strategic behavior by

). Community nursing issues 20.10.2015. Retrieved from [22 July 2016]. Karlsson, S., Edberg, A. K., Jakobsson, U., & Hallberg, R. (2013). Care satisfaction among older people receiving public care and service at home or in special accommodation. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 318-30. King, A., Parsons, M., Robinson, E., & Jorgensen, D. (2012). Assessing the impact of a restorative home care service in New Zealand. Health and social care in the community, 20 (4), 365-74. Labour Court. (2013). HSE v SIPTU, IMPACT, CD/12/527 Home helps

for Change was long and protracted, with involvement from the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) and the Labour Court ( Labour Court, 1997 ). SIPTU members at the plant rejected the court’s recommendation, with a SIPTU official claiming that ‘it was impossible for the Labour Court to come up with a solution to it because both groups were that far apart’. Eventually, the company and SIPTU re-entered negotiations and the previously rejected Labour Court terms were used as the basis for the final settlement. AH, redundancies, performance-related pay, team-working, and

. On fascist welfare, see, e.g ., Franz L. Neumann, Behemoth: The Structure of National Socialism 343 (1941); Otto Kahn-Freund, The Social Ideal of the Reich Labour Court - A Critical Examination of the Practice of the Reich Labour Court (1931) reprinted in Labour Law and Politics in the Weimar Republic 108 - 161 (Roy Lewis & Jon Clark eds., 1981). American politics is experiencing the consequences of monopoly capitalism, which has successfully shifted its search for economic power into the political realm, but is teetering on the brink of collapse. If we had

interests and, therefore, conflict is inevitable and needs to be managed through mechanisms such as collective bargaining or labour courts ( Teague and Roche, 2012 ). However, there is rather limited research on individual conflict at work from a management perspective ( Hunter and Renwick, 2009 ). This might be linked to the unitarist, managerial perspective, which considers that managers and employees work as a team and, therefore, individual conflict is very unlikely to occur. Nevertheless, empirical studies indicate that an interpersonal conflict is the most common

. and Lab. Rel. Rev ., 66, 1047-1212. Colvin A.J. Darbishire O. 2013 ‘Convergence in industrial relations institutions: The emerging Anglo-American model?’ Ind. and Lab. Rel. Rev 66 1047 1212 Cooper, M. (2009). Who Really Runs Ireland? Dublin: Penguin. Cooper M. 2009 Who Really Runs Ireland? Dublin Penguin Cowman, J. and Keating, M.A. (2013). ‘Industrial relations conflict in Irish hospitals: A review of Labour Court cases’. Journal of health organization and management , 27, 368-389. Cowman J. Keating M.A. 2013 ‘Industrial relations conflict in Irish hospitals: A


non- members due to a decision in the Swedish Labour Court on 24 October, 2012 and therefore raises the member fee to cover the costs for their service.⁴⁰ 6.3.2 HFD 2014 ref. 40 This case was decided on 18 June 2014 and concerns the revaluation of the taxable amount on services carried out by a holding company to its subsidiaries. The Swedish Tax Authority estimated the taxable amount based on the costs for performing the services whereas the company argued that the price for the services to its subsidiaries was com- parable to another group of companies acting in

obligation on the individual to provide their personal service. These clauses, often termed ‘boilerplate clauses’ have proved a difficult barrier for zero hours workers to surmount in both jurisdictions notwithstanding the willingness of courts in both jurisdictions to ‘look behind’ such clauses to seek to establish the real nature and thus legal basis of the working relationship (see for instance recent Irish cases: Ticketline Trading as Ticketmaster v Sarah Mullen Labour Court, Ticketline trading as Ticketmaster v Sarah Mullen DWT1434 10th April 2014 and Contract