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The employee's right to practice creativity (artistic, scientific, rationalizing and inventive) under the employment relationship

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employment relationship   employee   personal rights   employee creativity


The provisions of copyright law are aimed primarily at the protection of the results of creative work, and not at the protection of the creative process itself. Meanwhile, from the point of view of the protection of the rights and interests of the employee, the right of the "creator's employee" to freely, without obstacles on the part of the employer, practice artistic, scientific, rationalization and inventive creativity in the employment relationship is extremely important. The basic goal of employees-creators is to achieve the best possible results, and this can be achieved primarily thanks to a significant scope of creative freedom and the freedom to choose the means used for this purpose, and flexible forms of working time. Protection of the personal rights of employed authors will become more and more important, which results from the growing importance of creative workers in building an innovative economy based on conducting scientific research and searching for new solutions. Therefore, de lege ferenda, the right of an employee-creator to practice creativity under an employment relationship should be included in the labor code.

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doi:10.34616/141762   ISBN 978-83-66601-56-7 (miękka oprawa)   ISBN 978-83-66601-58-1 (twarda oprawa)   ISBN 978-83-66601-57-4 (online)



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