The European Sectoral Social Dialogue - Actors, Developments and Challenges

des pages: : 342
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ISBN: : 90-5201-052-8
Type de format: : fb2, ibooks, azw, odf, epub, lit, pdf, mobi, cbt
Prix: : FREE
Auteure: : Anne Dufresne,Philippe Pochet,Christophe Degryse
Les données: : 01/12/2006
EAN: : 9789052010526

The Euro crisis and its impact on national and European social policies The European sectoral social dialogue: actors, developments, and challenges. administrations, Chemical industry, Civil aviation, Commerce, Construction, Contract catering, Education, Electricity International Federation of Actors (FIA), European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI) listed above, who sit on the EU audiovisual sector social dialogue committee. Main issues for the sector. A first finding is that European sectoral social dialogue has burgeoned since the mids. Actors, Developments and Challenges.In most of the EU’s fifteen Member States sectoral collective bargaining is an important process, if not the principal means of regulating relations between employers and employees. Yet the sectoral level of social dialogue has long been neglected at Community level, coming a . The European Sectoral Social Dialogue: Actors, Developments and Challenges (Travail et Société / Work and Society) [Anne Dufresne, Christophe Degryse, Philippe Pochet] on streetzen.net *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In most of the EU’s fifteen Member States sectoral collective bargaining is an important process, if not the principal means of regulating relations between employers and Author: Anne Dufresne. Anne Dufresne & C. Degryse & P. Pochet, "The European Sectoral Social Dialogue: Actors, developments and challenges," ULB Institutional Repository /, ULB -- Cited by:


The European Sectoral Social Dialogue - Actors, Developments and Challenges