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Lavaldomen - Den svenska modellens undergång?

Anderson, Hugo LU (2017) LAGF03 20171
Department of Law
Faculty of Law
Abstract
The Swedish labor law model has been in place since 1938. According to the model it is the trade unions and employers who regulate the terms of employment by collective agreements. However, the trend has gone towards a labor market with more legislation. In this day there are laws that regulate working hours, working environment, etc. However, Sweden has not introduced a minimum wage in legislation - instead, it is regulated in collective agreements. As Sweden joined the EU, all EU citizens can work in Sweden on the same terms as Swedish citizens. In the Laval case, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that the Swedish implementation of the Posting of Workers Directive (with the purpose to guarantee workers performing temporary... (More)
The Swedish labor law model has been in place since 1938. According to the model it is the trade unions and employers who regulate the terms of employment by collective agreements. However, the trend has gone towards a labor market with more legislation. In this day there are laws that regulate working hours, working environment, etc. However, Sweden has not introduced a minimum wage in legislation - instead, it is regulated in collective agreements. As Sweden joined the EU, all EU citizens can work in Sweden on the same terms as Swedish citizens. In the Laval case, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that the Swedish implementation of the Posting of Workers Directive (with the purpose to guarantee workers performing temporary work within the EU certain rights) was not compatible with EU law. Changes in the Swedish legislation have been made but the question remains; is this the end of the Swedish model? (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Den svenska arbetsrättsliga modellen har varit gällande sedan 1938. Modellen innebär att det är arbetsmarknadens parter som genom kollektivavtal reglerar arbetarnas villkor. Utvecklingen har dock gått mot en arbetsmarknad som är allt mer lagreglerad. I dagsläget finns det lagar som reglerar arbetstid, arbetsmiljö m.m. Sverige har dock inte infört en minimilön i lagstiftningen, den regleras istället i kollektivavtal. Sveriges inträde i EU innebär att samtliga medborgare i EU ska kunna arbeta i Sverige på samma villkor som svenska medborgare. I Lavalfallet fastslog EU-domstolen att den svenska implementeringen av utstationeringsdirektivet (som ska garantera arbetstagare som utför tillfälliga arbeten inom EU vissa minimirättigheter) inte var... (More)
Den svenska arbetsrättsliga modellen har varit gällande sedan 1938. Modellen innebär att det är arbetsmarknadens parter som genom kollektivavtal reglerar arbetarnas villkor. Utvecklingen har dock gått mot en arbetsmarknad som är allt mer lagreglerad. I dagsläget finns det lagar som reglerar arbetstid, arbetsmiljö m.m. Sverige har dock inte infört en minimilön i lagstiftningen, den regleras istället i kollektivavtal. Sveriges inträde i EU innebär att samtliga medborgare i EU ska kunna arbeta i Sverige på samma villkor som svenska medborgare. I Lavalfallet fastslog EU-domstolen att den svenska implementeringen av utstationeringsdirektivet (som ska garantera arbetstagare som utför tillfälliga arbeten inom EU vissa minimirättigheter) inte var förenlig med EU-rätten. Lagändringar har genomförts men frågan som kvarstår är; är detta slutet för den svenska modellen? (Less)
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author
Anderson, Hugo LU
supervisor
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course
LAGF03 20171
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Lavalfallet, den svenska modellen, Utstationeringsdirektivet, Lex Laval, Lavalmålet, arbetsrätt
language
Swedish
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8908045
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2017-06-29 11:00:03
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  abstract     = {The Swedish labor law model has been in place since 1938. According to the model it is the trade unions and employers who regulate the terms of employment by collective agreements. However, the trend has gone towards a labor market with more legislation. In this day there are laws that regulate working hours, working environment, etc. However, Sweden has not introduced a minimum wage in legislation - instead, it is regulated in collective agreements. As Sweden joined the EU, all EU citizens can work in Sweden on the same terms as Swedish citizens. In the Laval case, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that the Swedish implementation of the Posting of Workers Directive (with the purpose to guarantee workers performing temporary work within the EU certain rights) was not compatible with EU law. Changes in the Swedish legislation have been made but the question remains; is this the end of the Swedish model?},
  author       = {Anderson, Hugo},
  keyword      = {Lavalfallet,den svenska modellen,Utstationeringsdirektivet,Lex Laval,Lavalmålet,arbetsrätt},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Lavaldomen - Den svenska modellens undergång?},
  year         = {2017},
}