3 edition of Policies on labour relations and social dialogue in European countries found in the catalog.
Policies on labour relations and social dialogue in European countries
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Rainer Pitschas ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||HD6767 .P65 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||98177126|
Social dialogue / labour relations. A new start for social dialogue in Europe. News. January Spain - skills investment in European textile, clothing, leather and footwear (TCLF) sectors News. October European social model more important than ever. News. August Portugal: cooperation agreement to promote training for. This book explores the respective roles that specific sectors, e.g. the agricultural sector, social capital, tax policies and labour immigration, can play in this regard. The importance of international economic relations (exports, imports, FDI, exchange rates) is analysed, in order to illustrate the nature of the economic developments and the.
In this chapter the idea of the labour constitution is adopted as a framework through which to analyse the history of the EU and, in particular, the question of worker participation at different levels of economic organization—different sites of decision-making—within the Union. The focus lies with the European social dialogue at the supranational, cross-sectoral level, and its precursors. The book studies how social dialogue has evolved over the post-crisis period and how it can be strengthened in the future. It provides valuable insights into the many factors that have influenced.
The question remains since the Hofstede studies on how far will integration go in guarding the cultural specificity’s and identities. The material is structured in a logical and helpful way with a balanced and complete review of the subject. This first of two volumes concentrates on the general features of the European system of labour : Paperback. Defining relationships work ‒ compendium of concepts and meanings 1. Definition of industrial relations Their employment or labour relations are those that are established between labour and capital in the productive process. In that relationship, the person who brings the work is called worker, insofar as that provides the capital is called the employer, employer or entrepreneur.
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Get this from a library. Policies on labour relations and social dialogue in European countries: the Portuguese and German cases. [Rainer Pitschas;]. This book examines the possible role of social dialogue and the social partners – and more generally industrial relations – in reducing inequalities.
It addresses wage inequality as well as inequalities in the distribution of working time and access to jobs, training and career opportunities, social protection and : Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead.
ANNUAL REVIEW of LABOUR RELATIONS AND SOCIAL DIALOGUE pre-crisis level (4, in December ).5 2. STATE POLICIES Romania had a Social-Democratic govern-ment until Novemberwhen Victor Ponta’s Government resigned following large street protests over a nightclub fire that killed more than 60 people.
Promoting Labour Relations and Social Dialogue. in Georgia. From April 13 to 17 Russia’s Sochi will. hold the first All-Russian Week for Safe-ty and Health at Work following in-structions of the Russian government and the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. The week will be organized to improve.
occupational safety and health, promote. Levels of EU social dialogue. Cross-sector/industry: brings together both sides of industry at EU level to discuss issues relating to the whole economy and the labour market in general.; Sectoral: both sides of industry discuss on sector-specific issues.; Company level: the main forums are European Works Councils (EWCs) based on an EU Directive adopted in (and revised in ) with the.
The “Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue” provide a yearly analysis of important developments in the field of Labour Relations for 16 countries of Central Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe.
Important data about collective bargaining system, system of tripartite social dialogue, social indicators, national trade unions and employers’ organizations for each country are. The European Commission works with these countries through agreements, exchange of good practices, and supporting concrete actions.
This cooperation aims to promote: better working conditions and labour relations; effective social dialogue and labour market institutions; employability and youth employment; adequate and sustainable social.
Get this from a library. Reducing inequalities in Europe: how industrial relations and labour policies can close the gap. [Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead;] -- International debate has recently focused on increased inequalities and the adverse effects they may have on both social and economic developments.
Income inequality, now at its highest level for the. ANNUAL REVIEW of LABOUR RELATIONS AND SOCIAL DIALOGUE The countries of Southeast Europe do not make up a homogeneous group. Their national economic, fiscal and monetary policies as well as their labour relations are largely determined by the nature of.
We promote the Social Dialogue between the representatives of the European trade unions and employers' organisations – the social partners. The social partners have reached a large number of autonomous agreements at the European level which they implement themselves, while others have been transformed into binding legislation.
Social dialogue (or social concertation) is the process whereby social partners (trade unions and employer organisations) negotiate, often in collaboration with the government, to influence the arrangement and development of work-related issues, labour market policies, social protection, taxation or other economic policies.
It is a widespread procedure to develop public policies in Western. Social dialogue is the process of negotiation by which different actors in society (or ‘social partners') reach agreement to work together on policies and activities. Social dialogue takes place at national and sectoral as well as European level.
‘Bipartite' social dialogue brings together workers and employers, whereas ‘tripartite' social dialogue also involves government or EU. The need for social dialogue in labour relations: An analysis of the process and its practice in South Africa.
• The World Competitiveness Report ranked South Africa out of countries for ‘cooperation in labour-management relations’ (Schwab, (ed) ). It analyses in four chapters and with the help of 58 visual graphs latest trends and outcomes of European policies in the areas of macro-economics, wages and collective bargaining, labour markets and, last but not least, social dialogue and workers' participation.
A small business with fewer than 10 employees probably does not need as much granularity in its policies as a large company with hundreds of staff spread over multiple sites. But the basic principle of a labour relations policy is the same, whether you have 10 or employees.
A good labour relations policy should include. This first of two volumes concentrates on the general features of the European system of labour relations. Both volumes are addressed particularly to academics and students of business administration, economics, sociology, labour law and organizational psychology at university level, and would also be suitable for intensive courses and seminars.
Role of European sectoral social dialogue. European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committees (ESSDC) were introduced by the European Commission in to play a role not only in European public policymaking but also in developing more independent bilateral. The “Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue” provide a yearly analysis of notable developments in the wider field of labour relations for 19 countries of Central Eastern and Southeast Europe plus Turkey.
Important data about collective bargaining, the system of (tripartite) social dialogue, social and economic indicators as well as numbers of national trade unions and. From the early s, the Italian industrial relations system came to be described as an example of the ‘neo-corporatist revival’.
‘Negotiated flexibility’, implemented with the participation of the social partners, resulted in an increasingly polarised labour market, with a surge in precarious jobs concentrated mostly among the younger generations, and no lasting effects on employment. whe n countries began to exit the crisi s, and examines the rol e of social dialogue in promotin g sustainable policy r eforms and job-rich incl usive recovery.
BusinessEurope believes that the European social dialogue has an important role to contribute to EU policy-making on social policy, and make labour markets more efficient and adapted to new and changing economic and social realities. Social dialogue can be an effective tool for successful labour market adaptation to change.Volume I covers social dialogue, industrial relations and labour law, while Volume II is concerned with a wide range of material touching "dignity at work" in the European Community.
The arrangement of the material in two self-contained volumes also reflects a division of convenience. Social dialogue is a key instrument for economic and social cohesion and good governance. It plays an important role by promoting harmonious labour relations, fair and decent working conditions, job creation, inclusive growth and competitiveness.