SHS Web Conf.
Volume 68, 20197th International Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference SOCIETY. HEALTH. WELFARE
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Society: Justice and Security|
|Published online||25 November 2019|
Peculiarities of differentiation of legal regulation of pharmaceutical workers’ labour
Poltava Law Institute of Yaroslav the Wise National Law University, Poltava, UK
The paper deals with peculiarities of legal regulation of pharmaceutical workers’ labour. Exercising the right to work is determined and analyzed. The authors prove that differentiation originates from special legislation. They determine what globalization is in the modern society. The paper analyzes the differentiation of pharmaceutical workers’ labour through the prism of such objective reasons as industry affiliation, working conditions, the nature of labour relations between an employee and an employer, and their content is determined. The study draws attention to the fact that industry affiliation is characterized by the importance of the industry for society and the degree of provision of public health institutions with highly skilled specialists, as well as the production process. The paper determines that working conditions are specific for each industry and workplace. It is proved that pharmaceutical workers have harmful and dangerous working conditions. Working conditions have to satisfy the requirements to the fulfilment of labour duties without life and health hazard. It is analyzed that the nature of labour relations between an employee and an employer are determined by the nature of labour and employment contract term. It is proved that the differentiation of pharmaceutical workers’ labour is expressed through special rules, which allows them to exercise their rights and obligations and to enjoy certain guarantees.
Key words: unity / differentiation / globalization / pharmaceutical workers / industry affiliation / working conditions / nature of labour relations
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