An agreement by which the uninterrupted rest of a worker is less than 11 hours over a 24-hour period is, under Article 51, paragraph 1, of the Court of Appeal, annue, unless otherwise stated by law. A derogation (daily rest of less than 11 hours) from the provisions of S. 51 al. 1 can only be agreed through a collective agreement, in accordance with Article 51, paragraph 3, of the Court. In the specific provisions of Section 51, paragraph 4, of the Court, the principle that the Court`s paragraph 51, paragraph 1 does not apply to health care workers and social workers. Since the Court is not applicable in the health and welfare sector, the requirement for a collective agreement does not apply if this provision is ignored for the duration of rest. Despite the absence of such a delegation in the Court, a rest period of less than 11 hours on collective agreements in the health sector is currently agreed. Given the importance of the subject, this is clearly justified. The collective agreement of AS Pélva Haigla 49 stipulates that the agreed working time of workers working on a work list does not exceed 12 hours and that it is possible to agree, on the basis of a particular agreement, that a position must last up to 24 hours. Some employees are not covered by a bonus or enterprise agreement. These workers are subject to a national minimum wage scheme for a minimum wage safety net. The role of collective agreements in regulating the versatility of contractual relationships is increasingly important from the point of view of flexicurity of labour relations. It is necessary to update the CAA with regard to atypical agreements.
Given the novelty and complexity of these issues, it is important to use a combination of laws and collective agreements to regulate atypical forms of work. Since working conditions with atypical forms of work depend particularly on the specific field of activity and the nature of the work, the ability to regulate working conditions only by law is clearly limited. It is important to agree with the relevant government partners, through the framework made available by the Court of Human Rights, for agreements on the working conditions of unskilled workers and on the conditions to be respected in the field of collective agreements. The life insurance premium is agreed this year in 25.3% of corporate collective agreements, which is about the same number of corporate collective agreements as in 2018. The average amount of this monthly employer contribution has increased by 4 CZK compared to 2018 and is 637 CZK per month. The minimum amount granted this year is 507 CZK and the maximum amount of this allowance is 759 CZK. The PPI survey controls corporate collective agreements and collective agreements at a higher level. The most important criterion for the classification of results is whether the economic entity studied belongs to a company or a non-commercial sector. The activity includes economic agents paid on a salary under section 109, paragraph 2, Of Act 262/2006, Labour Code; the non-commercial sector includes companies with a salary according to S.