Labour Relations

Labour Relations, photo: Gerd Altmann

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Learning Outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are expected to:

  • Become familiar with the labour-market regulatory framework.
  • Have knowledge of the relationships that develop in the labour market, as well as workers’ rights.
  • Be able to analyze and evaluate Court rulings on issues of Labour law.

Course Contents

Introduction. Employment Contract. The Obligation of the Employer-Employee. Trade Unions. Collective Labour Agreements. Restructuring of Companies and Employment Rights. Workers' participation in Corporate Governance. Labour Mobility in the European Market.

Teaching Activities

Lectures (3 hours per week) and Tutorials (1 hour per week)

Teaching Organization


Semester workload

Lectures, 3 hours per week

13X3 = 39 hours

Tutorials, 1 hour per week

13X1 = 13 hours

Reading at home

98 hours

Total number of hours for the Course (25 hours of work-load per ECTS credit)

150 hours (total student work-load)


  1. End of semester final written exam (70%)
  2. Course work (30%)

Use of ICT

Use of IT in teaching, and in communication with the students (e-class).

Course Info

Current Tutors


Dimitris V. Vagianos

Teaching Fellow
Dimitris V. Vagianos
Office Hours: 
Tuesday 4:00-16:00

Reading List

Reading Recommendations: 
Εισαγωγή στο εργατικό δίκαιο, Αγαλλοπούλου Πηνελόπη,