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abadi S. Reduced Ability to Work from the Perspective of Labor Rights and Social Security. MEJDS. 2015; 5 :68-76
URL: http://jdisabilstud.ir/article-1-523-en.html
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The protectionist approach of two labor rights and social security branches, possibly caused that various factors which threatening the economic and social interests of workforces in a systematic framework, internationally and domestically, are identified and controlled. Meanwhile, the health of workers is more important, because it can prevent costly medical expenses and provide some funding for public health in addition to public health development, and promoting the quality of life for a big range of community. Labor and social security rights, as two field of internal public law are derived from the governments intervention in private relations of Work to support the workforces and realizing the goals of social justice.

The problem of reduced ability of work because of accident or illness is an important topic in this protection field and describe some legal ambiguities in labour code, especially in article21 and 32 in the case of disability are the points that is addressed in this paper.

At the end, the result was that in the form of a reduction in the ability of the workforce, total disability and partial disability resulting from any cause or from work or otherwise, cause to terminate the relationship of work and to enjoy social security benefits and allowances, therefore Article 21 of the labour code on this point was inexpressive.

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Type of Study: Original Research Article | Subject: Law
Received: 2015/04/13 | Accepted: 2015/04/22

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