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Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 25/10/2014
Version 2013-2014
LEGI0750-1  Legislation and institutional relationships
- Relations between health care institutions and their partners
- Legal texts applicable to resthouse and healthcare Institutions
- Social Legislation and Right to Work

Duration :  Relations between health care institutions and their partners : 20h Th
Legal texts applicable to resthouse and healthcare Institutions : 20h Th
Social Legislation and Right to Work : 20h Th
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Master in Public Health, Professional Focus in Management of Healthcare Institutions, 1st year6
Lecturer :  Relations between health care institutions and their partners : Alain Dejace, Daniel Gillain
Legal texts applicable to resthouse and healthcare Institutions : Daniel Gillain
Social Legislation and Right to Work : Francis Jadot
Coordinator :  Pierre Gillet
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French language
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Social Legislation and Right to Work

Les divers travailleurs Ti, Ts et al. L'ONSS, contrat de travail et d'emploi.
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Table of contents Introduction Extracts from the "Introduction au droit social" by Professor Lucien François: reading, resumé, discussion. Importance of the past Meaning of the word 'social' [labour] Working conditions in the 19th century Why do working conditions give rise to the social [labour] question? Working relationships in history The Middle Ages Before the Revolution The 19th century The 20th century Different legal frameworks for the working relationship In general The labour contract The business contract Status Criteria for differentiation Contractual conditions and the imperative nature of laws Application to health institutions Financial incidents (social costs, taxes, social security) Incidents and the nature of the working relationships ...
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The exam This will be closely linked to the course objectives and methods. In other words, the teacher will bend over backwards to stimulate students' curiosity and their desire to understand more, which will be renewed and increased as the course unfolds. If the teacher achieves this goal, the course, will essentially (and naturally) become interactive. If interaction occurs through the sessions, students should achieve the course objectives. What more can be done? Similarly, the exam will become a formality, intrinsically and logically useless. But it is an administrative necessity and will, thus, be administratively conducted
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Francis JADOT

Social Legislation and Right to Work

Tél: 04-259.56.64



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