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Sosyal Devlet Bağlamında Yıllık Ücretli İzin Uygulamaları ve Etkileri

Selçuk Alp () and Mehmet Okan Alp

No 2, Working Papers from Yildiz Technical University, Department of Economics

Abstract: The commencement of the paid annual leave applications and, even with different criteria, wide range application of such institution necessitates a historical process. As a result of such historical process, it has been emerged that meeting the resting need of the employees is an unquestionable social right and the employee’s returning to work as a healthy individual and a relaxed employee after overcoming his physical and psychological exhaustion by using his resting right takes out the paid annual leave from being only a social right of the employee, meeting the resting need of the employees respects the firm and the employer’s economical interests at the same time and seriously assists the public health and and national economy. Solution of unemployment, unregistered employment, financial burdens of the employer, working conditions, working times and insufficient legal regulations, which cannot be assessed respectively at working life, as a whole could provide to attain the developed countries’ level at paid annual leave periods and applications.

Keywords: Ýþ Hukuku; Yýllýk Ücretli Ýzin; Bekleme Süresi; Uluslararasý Sözleþmeler; Ýþ Sözleþmesi (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K31 J81 J83 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2008-12, Revised 2009-02
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