Jurisprudence-Legal Government Surveillance and Interference in the Relations between Workers and Employers in Egypt

  • Lotfi Tudros Rizk Social Science Department, Cairo University
Keywords: Government Surveillance and Interference, Workers, Employers, Security and Justice, Labor Law


One of the most important laws of the countries is the labor law whose the target society is made of a large number of people, i.e. workers and employers. There are laws and regulations in Egypt on the relation between the workers and the employers. There are also principles for protecting this group (workers) as the fundamental principles of work, all of which are intended to improve the workers' lives and to establish rules that will better serve the interests of workers. The main aim of the labor rights is to improve the socioeconomic status of workers and to provide more security and justice and also to establish a social order for this class of society. The present study is a descriptive-analytic research, which investigates jurisprudential-legal government supervision and interference in the relation between the worker and the employer in Egypt. The results indicate that the necessity of government involvement in worker-employer relations has two main reasons. These reasons include changing the nature of labor relations after the industrial revolution and changing the function of government in contemporary time. The complexity and transformation of various relationships, including labor relations, which justifies the need for the intervention of a superior power to support the weak party of this relationship.


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How to Cite
Rizk, L. (2021). Jurisprudence-Legal Government Surveillance and Interference in the Relations between Workers and Employers in Egypt. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 4(2), 49-55. https://doi.org/10.47814/ijssrr.v4i2.90