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Labor remuneration: comparative legal analysis and international regulation

ФИО студента: Elizaveta Churina

Руководитель: Evgenia Briukhina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

Labor remuneration occupies a particularly important place in the legal system of society. Despite the national and international consolidation of wage guarantees, in practice, there are still cases of violation of the employee's rights to timely receive wages, ensuring decent wages, as well as the application of discrimination in wages. Turning to the data of official statistics, we can conclude that the issue of remuneration and emerging problems in labor legal relations, namely, issues that directly relate to wages, are the most relevant in modern society. Regulation of issues related to wages is the primary task of any state due to the paramount value and ensuring a decent standard of living for a person. In this work, the goal is set - a comprehensive study of the institution of remuneration, analysis of the compliance of national labor legislation with international standards and identification of urgent problems and ways to solve them. The individual concept of wages and basic state guarantees of labor remuneration has been formulated.

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