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2015, vol. 3, br. 3, str. 39-43
Analysis of the new legal acts on mobbing protection of the employees in the Republic of Macedonia
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Faculty of law at the University 'Goce Delcev', Stip, Macedonia

e-adresaJadranka.denkova@ugd.edu.mk, saskokolevski@gmail.com
Ključne reči: mobbing; harassment in the work place; public and government administration; legal regulation; application in practice; conclusion and improvement recommendations
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Emotional abuse in the work place, psychological terror, social isolation, are terms well known to the Labor Union organizations. They all refer to harassment in the work place, which is actually mobbing. The word 'mobbing' denotes a wide range of complex activities which represent harassment of the employees in their work places, in all social spheres. Therefore the consequences range from mild disturbances to disappointing repercussions to the employees. Those consequences mostly reflect badly on the family of the harassed employee, as well on the organization and the society in general. For that reason, the subject of this article is to analyze the regulations of the Law on Labor Relations which refer to protection of employees from harassment in the work place and to analyze the new 'Law on Harassment Protection in the work place' adopted recently, in order to increase the protection measures against harassment in the work place on a higher level. The efficiency of this law is to be comprehended through professional and scientific approach, where the research should emphasize the efficiency of the new legal acts. The purpose of this article is not only to analyze the abovementioned laws on harassment protection in the work place in the Republic of Macedonia, but also to present a critique of the eventual mistakes that might occur during implementation and to identify legal gaps as obstacles against mobbing evidence. The methodological approach of this article is directed towards implementation of the qualitative method-analyzing content founded on scientific and expert competence as well as on previously established real state of affairs by the adopted law regulations in order to present our own point of view. The conclusion of this article refers to the fact that weaknesses in some of the legal acts on the Law on Labor Relations and the Law on Harassment Protection could be noticed. Those cracks might be misinterpreted by the people in charge, by the employees as well as during their enforcement in the Legal Procedure.
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