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prof. dr hab. Jerzy Wratny

Prof. zw. dr hab. Jerzy Wratny, specialist of labour law. He was employed i.a. in the Catholic University John Paul II in Lublin, the University in Rzeszów, University Lazarski and the Institute of Labour and Social Problems. Recently engaged in the Institute of Legal Sciences in Polish Academy of Sciences. Member of the Labour Law Codification Commitee in 2002–2006. The author of many monographes and studies in labour law and ethics, including Catholic Social Teaching. His specialization is collective law as well as European labour law. Author of comments of labour code. Tutor of several doctor disertations.

Author of poetry collections.

DOI: 10.33226/0032-6186.2020.9.1
JEL: K31

In the study the principle of the employee’s right to fair renumeration, being regulated in art.13 of Polish Labour Code, has been discussed. According to the opinion of the author there are three duties resulting from the above mentioned principle. These are: obligation of the state to establish the minimum wage, to observe by employers the rule of adequate renumeration to amount and quality of labour as well as the non discrimination principle. The duties are connected with the ethical concepts of distributive and commutative justice.

Keywords: fair renumeration; distributive justice; commutative justice; European Social Charter
DOI: 10.33226/0032-6186.2019.12.1
JEL: K31

The author discusses the interpretation of the worker’s participation principle in managament of establishements according to art. 18(2) labour code. He also discribes legal status being used in this place. As main subject of regulation of this principle the author considers the Act of informing and consultation of workers being rhe ground of creating worker’s councils. However the scope of their functioning is every year decreasing. The proposals which could serve to stimulate this institution have been presented. This would also be in complince with EU-labour law.

Keywords: participation; worker’s information and consultation; worker’s councils; collective labour law