|Compilers:||Jana Žuľová - Denisa Rudžiková|
|Year of publication:||2023|
|Document type:||Book of abstracts|
|Publication language:||slovenčina, angličtina|
|Number of pages:||42|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Law|
|Department:||Department of Labor Law and Social Security|
|Note:||Zborník vznikol ako výstup z projektu VEGA 1/0291/23 - Legislatívne výzvy pre pracovné právo pri tvorbe diverzných a inkluzívnych pracovísk aprojektu APVV-16-0002 – Duševné zdravie na pracovisku a posudzovanie zdravotnej spôsobilosti zamestnanca.|
|Licencia:||Creative Commons BY NC (Uveďte autora - Nepoužívajte komerčne)|
In the environment of Slovak employers, an active approach to diversity and inclusion in the workplace is coming to the fore. Targeted diversity and inclusion programs help make employers more attractive on the labor market and attract more job seekers. Proactively, better working conditions are created for employees with responsibilities to the family (in most cases still in relation to mothers), groups of people who have been on the fringes of interest until now are also employed (elderly, disabled, LGBT groups, minorities, graduates of secondary and higher education schools).
The presented collection of abstracts responds to the outlined facts, which is a grouping of the starting motives and conclusions of the contributions presented at the scientific conference Diverse and inclusive workplaces - legislative starting points organized by the department of labor law and social security law of the Faculty of Law of the P. J. Šafárik University in Košice, which took place on September 29, 2023 in a hybrid form. With their abstracts, the authors point to a range of problematic areas that are not only a reflection of academic considerations, but also those legal questions that have to be dealt with in ordinary legal practice. The goal is to use analysis and explanation to define the existing labor law measures/tools applicable to the implementation of diversity and inclusion in the workplace according to the current Slovak legal framework and the EU legal framework and thus emphasize the starting point of any effort to build diversity and the implementation of inclusion in the workplace.