This study examines the settlement of individual labour disputes arising between the employer and the employee through the ruling to return the arbitrarily dismissed employee to his work, as one of the judicial means that enables the two parties to resolve their dispute in a way that allows the stability of the work relationship between them. this is through talking about the jurisprudential position as well as the judicial approach towards the option of returning the dismissed employee to his work, and also addressing the various problems resulting from the application of this mechanism. Perhaps one of the most prominent findings of this study is the importance of the ruling to return the wage earner to his work and his effective role in settling labour disputes in an effective manner that ensures the employee continues his work, but criticizes the linkage of implementing this mechanism with the consent of the employer.
Ghaith, Nidal Mustafa
"The Ruling to Return the Indiscriminately Terminated Worker to his work in Light of the Moroccan Social Legislation,"
Journal Sharia and Law: Vol. 2022:
89, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2022/iss89/4