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  1. Non-Waivability in Labour Law.Guy Davidov - 2020 - Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 40 (3):482-507.
    Non-waivability is considered a basic principle of labour law. In most cases, it is needed to protect employees against coerced waivers. But what if an employee genuinely wants to waive some labour right, for example in return for a higher salary? This article explains why non-waivability is generally justified even against the wishes of employees, for reasons of paternalism, harm to others and second-order justifications. At the same time, in some cases, there is room for intermediate solutions, which can be (...)
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