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Title: Правове забезпечення якості трудового життя працівників в умовах інтеграції України до Євросоюзу
Other Titles: Legal provision of the quality of labor life of employees in the conditions of integration of Ukraine to the European union
Authors: Костюченко О.Є.
Kostyuchenko О.E.
Keywords: якість трудового життя,
умови праці,
справедливі умови праці,
безпека і гігієна праці,
здоров’я,
євроінтеграція.
quality of working life,
working conditions,
fair working conditions,
security and health,
health,
eurointegration.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Правовий часопис Донбасу
Citation: Костюченко О. Є. Правове забезпечення якості трудового життя працівників в умовах інтеграції України до Євросоюзу / О. Є. Костюченко // Правовий часопис Донбасу. – 2019. – № 1 (66). – С. 41–48.
Abstract: Стаття присвячена дослідженню правового забезпечення якості трудового життя працівників за законодавством України. Означена проблема розглядається у комплексі з проблемами правового забезпечення здоров’я працівника, його професійного розвитку, соціалізації та доступу до соціальних благ. Окремо наголошується, що забезпечення якості трудового життя працівників має здійснюватися з урахування зарубіжного досвіду, а законодавство у цьому питанні має бути удосконалено відповідно до європейських стандартів у сфері праці. У статті запропоновано якість трудового життя працівників розглядати як невід’ємну складову справедливих умов праці. The article is devoted to the research of legal provision of quality of labour life of employees under the legislation of Ukraine. The above problem is considered together with the problems of legal provision of the employee's health, his professional development, socialization and access to social benefits. It is also emphasized that ensuring the quality of working life of employees should be implemented taking into account the foreign experience, and the legislation on this issue should be improved according to European standards in the field of labour. There are proposed the following conclusions in the article: 1) problems of legal provision of quality of labor life of employees are inherent to any society, regardless of the level of economic development. In the EU countries, the problems of the quality of working life are solved through improving the working conditions, the maintenance of workers' health and their social integration. In Ukraine, the ensuring the quality of working life of workers should be considered through struggle against the violation of employers' labor rights and counteracting the “shadow labor market”; 2) the overcoming of domestic problems concerning the quality of working life of workers is also seen through the development of supervision system and control over compliance with labor legislation. It is required to review the state supervision and control in the field of labor. The public oversight and control in this area should be expanded and should be carried out not only by trade unions and their associations, but also by other organizations of workers, like in Poland, by the social inspection of labor. We also propose to improve the system of supervision and control in the workplace by including in this system an independent control, which can be carried out during the audit; 3) the quality of working life of workers should be considered not only as working conditions necessary for the work performance, but also as a component of fair working conditions. Such work conditions must establish for an employee secured by legal means an opportunity: (a) to earn a living in work in a healthy and safe environment of the working environment; (b) for professional development, cultural and spiritual enrichment; (c) socially to integrate into society and (d) have access to social benefits for themselves and their family members.
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