Ihor Furyk

Position: Lecturer, Social law Department


He was born on June 21, 1976 in the city of Lviv. In 1983-1993 he studied at Lviv Secondary School №85. In 1994 he entered the first year of the Faculty of Law of Lviv State University. In 1999 he graduated from the Faculty of Law of Lviv State University. Ivan Franko, majoring in jurisprudence. After graduating from the Faculty of Law, he worked as a lawyer in the Lviv Regional Department of Consumer Protection, in 1999-2002 he studied at the graduate school of Lviv National University. Ivan Franko. Since 2002 he has worked as an assistant at the Department of Labor, Agrarian and Environmental Law of Lviv National University. Ivan Franko.

In 2015 he defended his dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Law in the specialized academic council of the Institute of State and Law. V.M. Koretsky NAS of Ukraine (“Contractual regulation of wages under labor law of Ukraine”), specialty 12.00.05. Scientific adviser Ph.D., prof. P.D. Pilipenko.

In scientific activity he deals with the problems of theory and practice of labor law. His research interests include the legal regulation of wages, the application of labor legislation, and the protection of workers’ labor rights. Much attention is paid to the collective and individual contractual regulation of wages, in particular the terminological distinction between the concepts of wages and wages, the structure of wages, incentive and compensation payments, wages of certain categories of workers. He continues the traditions of the Lviv School of Labor Law in his scientific activity.

He is the author of about 20 scientific papers, including “The right to remuneration: international standards and legislation of Ukraine”, Lviv, 2002; “Motivational role of wages in labor relations”, Lviv, 2002; “Remuneration for the performance of duties of a temporarily absent employee”, Lviv, 2006; “Individual-contractual establishment of conditions for remuneration of employees”, Zaporozhye, 2015.


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