Not all employee representatives need necessarily enjoy the same conditions for their activities

The article, issued in January 2013, comments on the ruling of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic concerning trade union representation. In its ruling, the Supreme Court stated that the employer is obliged to create satisfactory conditions for the proper performance of trade unions and their activities, and bear the necessary costs. The particular needs of every trade union, however, may differ. That means that the court may consider other factors, such as the number of members, or the real purpose of the trade union, to find out if the requirements of the trade union are reasonable.

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