Peculiarities of Legal Process of Individual Labor Disputes Resolution: a Comparative Analysis of Legislation in Some European Countries
This article discusses the peculiarities of legal process of individual labor disputes resolution in some European countries and the Republic of Kazakhstan. The labour legislation in Kazakhstan is on the way of formation and requires an improvement in matters of legal regulation of individual labour disputes. This, according to the author, is possible by studying foreign experience. It should be noted that in Kazakhstan there are no specialized labour courts and thus, labour disputes are considered in civil proceedings. Accordingly, the author compares the judicial system of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the judicial system of some European countries where labour disputes are considered by general jurisdiction courts (Switzerland, France, Italy, Sweden).
Key words: Individual labor disputes, general jurisdiction courts, the European Union, the Republic of Kazakhstan.