Summary: 1. Introduction. – 2. Social Partnership within the National Legislation of Ukraine. – 3. Dispute Resolution within the Labour Partnership System in Ukraine. – 4. Conclusions.
The further democratic development of Ukraine requires the formation of the ideology of social partnership, which is a form of social interaction of many state institutions and social groups of civil society that allows them to express their interests freely and find civilised ways to harmonise and implement them. An important task is the development of social partnership to ensure justice in the field of labour relations. Social partnership and its tools are recognised worldwide as the most civilised way to reconcile the interests of employees, employers, and the state.
The research methods were chosen based on the purpose and objectives of the study, its object, and subject. During the research, philosophical, general scientific, and special legal methods of scientific cognition were used. The purpose of the study is to identify the features of the prospects for developing a mechanism of social partnership in terms of reforming all spheres of public life in the context of social security and identify features of social and labour partnership within court proceedings in Ukraine.
The authors argue that the effectiveness of social partnership depends on how fully it is integrated into the management system of the socio-economic development of the state. The labour legislation of Ukraine needs to be improved. In particular, a special law covering individual contracts (agreements) in flexible forms of employment must be adopted.