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L’exigence d’objectivité en droit du travail

Abstract : Any employer’s decision has to meet the requirement of objectivity, implying that his power cannot be arbitrary, i.e. the employer is prohibited to base any decision on his own personal views. Thus, the employer has to base each decision, outside his discretionary power, on provable factual premises. The objectivity test applies to vocationnal assesment, dismissal, and differenciation between employees. However, the objectivity test is ambivalent as some employers exploit this requirement to restrict employees’ fundamental rights in the name of the company’s interests or some other specific interests. This is all the more easy as judges’ control on employer’s objectiveness is rather loose. Therefore, employers’ staff management have to be scrutinisied on some other legal grounds. On the whole the objectivity test has rather a relative importance.
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Valéria Ilieva. L’exigence d’objectivité en droit du travail. Droit. Université de Nanterre - Paris X, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018PA100120⟩. ⟨tel-02165945⟩



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