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European works councils

Peter Kerckhofs

European works councils

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by Peter Kerckhofs

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Published by European Trade Union Institute in Brussels .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPeter Kerckhofs.
ContributionsEuropean Trade Union Institute.
The Physical Object
Pagination107p.
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19684165M
ISBN 10293035206X

The creation of European Works Councils is arguably the most important measure taken in global industrial relations in recent years. Adopted with the primary goal of facilitating European-level workers' participation in information-sharing and consultation in multinational companies, EWCs have also been central to a wide-ranging process of institution-building at the European level. European Works Councils as international non-profit-organisations: an orga nisa tio nal rese arc h ap pro ach t o a cru cia l el eme nt o f E urop eani sati on Markus Hertwig, Ludger Pries and.

One of the key questions tackled in the book is whether a regulatory framework for TCB is feasible, necessary and/or useful. European works councils and transnational company agreements - balancing on the thin line between effective consultation and . The contents of the book include an introduction detailing the scope and method of the research. This is followed by: “The context for the development of European Works Councils”, “Industrial relations in Western Europe”, “Eight case-studies on the establishment of European Works Councils” and “Conclusions and prospects”.

  Special attention is paid to the relations between works councils and unions and collective bargaining, works councils and management, and the role and interest of governments in works councils. On the basis of extensive comparative data from other Western countries, the book demonstrates powerfully that well-designed works councils may be more Pages:   Special attention is paid to the relations between works councils and unions and collective bargaining, works councils and management, and the role and interest of governments in works councils. On the basis of extensive comparative data from other Western countries, the book demonstrates powerfully that well-designed works councils may be more.


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This book covers the key themes related to the introduction, growth development and future of European Works Councils: the European Works Council Directive itself, European Works Council Agreements, Employers' strategies for managing European Works Councils in practice and trade union strategies for the development of European Works by: European Works Councils exemplify a new mode of regulation at the European level, not only within industrial relations but in the field of European integration more widely conceived - Europe as a multi-level system of governance within a framework of devolved subsidiarity.

Sincethe EU has established mechanisms for information and consultation procedures for workers in transnational companies (European Works Councils Directive 94/45/EC).

Inthe EWC Directive was reviewed and amended (Recast EWC Directive /38/EC). The European Works Council Directive /38/EC (or sometimes the "Transnational Works Council Directive") is a European Union Directive on the establishment of works councils, for the purpose of information and consultation, in companies that operate transnationally within the EU.

‘The collection is a fantastic one not because it fills a gap in the literature, but rather because it does so for the most part using research of the highest quality On this basis I am truly confident t suggest that Fitzgerald and Stirling’s book is required reading for anyone interested in works councils at the European Level.’Format: Hardcover.

What is an European Works Council. If your company, is part of a multinational organisation, which operates in at least 2 countries in the European Economic Area (EEA), you must comply and need to have an European Works Council Directive (EWC).

Employees can request an EWC if the organisation has both: 1, or more employees in total and at. This book covers the key themes related to the introduction, growth development and future of European Works Councils: the European Works Council Directive itself, European Works Council Agreements, Employers' strategies for managing European Works Councils in practice and trade union strategies for the development of European Works : Taylor And Francis.

This book covers the key themes related to the introduction, growth development and future of European Works Councils: the European Works Council Directive itself, European Works Council Agreements, Employers' strategies for managing European Works Councils in practice and trade union strategies for the development of European Works : Ian Fitzgerald.

In it will be 20 years since the first European Works Councils (EWC) directive came into force in the EU. In the same year, the European Commission is planning an evaluation of the EWC recast directive that will undoubtedly lead to debate on the need for further review of European regulation of EWCs.

Get this from a library. European works councils in Belgium. [Christian Engels; Lisa Salas] -- "European works councils will have to be established in companies and groups of companies of a significant overall size and with a significant presence in.

This book covers the key themes related to the introduction, growth development and future of European Works Councils: the European Works Council Directive itself, European Works Council Agreements, Employers' strategies for managing European Works.

European Waste Catalogue and Hazardous Waste List - Valid from 1 January 2 PREFACE Inthe first European Waste Catalogue1 and hazardous waste list2 were published as two separate documents. The lists were used by the Environmental Protection Agency for the compilation of wasteFile Size: KB.

As to the first issue, the court acknowledged that the EWC has authority in relation to transnational (cross-border) situations under the terms of the European Works Councils Directive.

From the program's inception, works councils have been high on its list of research concerns. There are two reasons for this. First, traditional forms of worker representation—whether the centralized bargaining and "political exchange" once characteristic of European countries.

in this journalAuthor: Valeria Pulignano. The creation of European Works Councils is arguably the most important measure taken in global industrial relations in recent years. Adopted with the primary goal of facilitating European-level workers’ participation in information-sharing and consultation in multinational companies, EWCs have also been central to a wide-ranging process of institution-building at the European : Taylor And Francis.

An in-depth empirical study of five European works councils, this book offers a unique look into factors which promote and hinder the development of solidarity amongst employees. With a Sociological bent, it is a must for EWC delegates struggling to deal with the factors that undermine relations between EWC delegates.

The Establishment of European Works Councils book. From Information Committee to Social Actor. Edited By Wolfgang Lecher, Bernhard Nagel, Hans – Wolfgang Platzer. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 23 July Pub. location London. Imprint by: Book October In it will be 20 years since the first European Works Councils directive came into force in the EU.

the European Commission is. The book provides food for thought about the importance of this European institution, its potential effects on the Europeanisation of industrial relations, and its future development.

The statistical data provide insight for practitioners (works council members, trade union coordinators, experts, trainers) and stakeholders into the distinctive Cited by: 4.

The creation of European Works Councils is arguably the most important measure taken in global industrial relations in recent years.

Adopted with the primary goal of facilitating European-level workers’ participation in information-sharing and consultation in multinational companies, EWCs have also been central to a wide-ranging process of.This book assesses in detail the ways in which key improvements brought about by the EWC Recast Directive have been implemented in national legislation.

The authors of the book have looked into the national transposition legislation of the 31 countries of the European Economic Area. European Works Councils and SE Works Councils in European and Local Works Councils. There are two main kinds of works councils—European works councils (EWCs) and local works councils.

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