Every period of history entails changes, and these bring with them their quotas of promises and hopes, of risks and anxieties, of challenges and answers. The beginning of the twenty-first century is no exception. If we let ourselves be overtaken by pessimism, we cannot help but believe that in the field of labour law the quota of risks and anxieties is greater today than that of promises and hopes, and the proportion of challenges is greater than that of answers.
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