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Labor law is a branch of law that regulates and examines the relations between the employee, employer and the state.The issues covered by labor law can be specified as general principles of labor law, individual labor law and and collective labor law. The general principles of labor law include the basic subjects of labor law, namely employee, employer, sub-employer, employer's representative, workplace, labor law sanctions and labor judgment.

Individual labor law is the branch of law in which the relations of the workers with their employers are regulated one by one, and the concept of employment contract, the types of this contract, its establishment, the debts of the employee arising from this contract, the wages of the employer, the obligations to observe the employee, to conduct equal treatment, the suspension of the employment contract, the termination of the employment contract, the termination of the employment contract for a period of time and for just cause, job security, severance pay, other consequences of the termination of the employment contract,  working and rest periods, protection of child and women workers, labor control, public sanctions, occupational health and safety.

The branch of law in which the relations that arise as a result of the union of the employee and employer parties and forming unions are regulated is called collective labor law. Trade union guarantees, rights and freedoms, the conclusion of collective labour agreements between labor unions and employers' unions and their legal consequences, and the remedies to be applied in case of collective bargaining resulting in a dispute are examined within this branch of law.

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