Catalog N. :KE-01-16-880-EN-N
On 26 April 2007, the European social partners BUSINESSEUROPE, UEAPME, CEEP and ETUC signed an autonomous framework agreement on violence and harassment at work which requires that the member federations of signatory parties cooperate on the improvement of working conditions by establishing and promoting mechanisms to identify, prevent and manage problems of harassment and violence occurring at the workplace. This study and annexes provide an assessment of the implementation of the agreement at national level, while taking into account the procedures and practices specific to management and labour in each country, as well as information on the extent of the phenomenon across Europe.
This publication is available in electronic format only in English.
Catalog N. :KE-02-16-755-EN-N
Considering the important role that social dialogue plays for the European social model by promoting competitiveness, fairness, economic prosperity and social well-being, the European Commission is working to promote social dialogue across the EU. At the heart of this effort is the ‘new start for social dialogue’, a joint endeavour by EU institutions and social partners that aims to further strengthen social dialogue at the EU and national levels.
Catalog N. :KE-02-15-354-EN-N
Social dialogue refers to the discussions, consultations, negotiations and joint actions that take place between the social partners, namely employers and trade unions, on a wide range of social and work-related issues.
At EU level, social dialogue was launched in 1985 by President Delors at Val Duchesse. Since then, social dialogue has been considered crucial to promote competitiveness and fairness and to enhance economic prosperity and social well-being. Developing and fostering social dialogue is an essential element of the European social model. European social dialogue complements and supports national social dialogue and industrial relations.
This publication is available only in electronic format in EN.
Catalog N. :KE-02-15-223-EN-N
This study examines the economic trends that have led to changes in employment and industrial relations in the telecommunications and ICT sectors at national and European level. It is intended to provide an analytical underpinning to establish new demarcation lines of the industry from the view point of the European social dialogue. As such, it is intended as an entry point for the representativeness study in the sector.
This publication will be available in electronic format only in English.
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Catalog N. :KE-AS-14-001-EN-C
The Industrial Relations in Europe series provides an overview of trends and developments in the collective relationships between workers, employers and their respective representatives in the European Union. The 2014 edition examines the fallout of the economic and sovereign debt crisis in relation to industrial relations and social dialogue. It includes in-depth analyses of developments in wage bargaining systems; industrial relations in Member States receiving financial assistance, as well as industrial relations and youth employment. In addition, it presents an update of recent developments in European Social Dialogue and Labour Law.
This publication is available in printed format in English.
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Catalog N. :KE-AV-14-001-EN-N
The Industrial Relations in Europe series provides an overview of trends and developments in the collective relationships between workers, employers and their respective representatives in the European Union, including the tripartite dimension where public authorities at different levels are involved.
The 2014 edition examines the fallout of the economic and sovereign debt crisis in relation to industrial relations and social dialogue. It includes in-depth analyses of developments in wage bargaining systems; industrial relations in Member States receiving financial assistance, as well as industrial relations and youth employment. In addition, it presents an update of recent developments in European social dialogue and labour law.
The Executive Summary is available online in 24 language versions.
Catalog N. :KE-AV-13-001-ES-N
Este resumen del informe presenta la evolución que han tenido las relaciones laborales desde la última edición del informe, elaborado en 2010. Con la transformación de la crisis financiera en crisis de la deuda soberana, las reformas implementadas por los gobiernos han tenido un enorme impacto en las relaciones entre empresas, sindicatos y autoridades públicas. A pesar de que el diálogo social ayudó a resistir y a superar los primeros efectos de la crisis, su propia duración y profundidad han generado un contexto desfavorable para el diálogo social. No obstante, el resumen pone de relieve la importancia de garantizar la continuidad de un diálogo bien estructurado y subraya el compromiso de la Comisión para seguir apoyándolo y fomentándolo.
Catalog N. :KE-BC-11-002-EN-C
The Social Europe guide is a bi-annual publication aimed at providing an interested but not necessarily specialised audience with a concise overview of specific areas of EU policy in the field of employment, social affairs and inclusion. It illustrates the key issues and challenges,, explains policy actions and instruments at EU level and provides examples of best practices from EU Member States. It also presents views on the subject from the Council Presidency and the European Parliament. The second volume in this series describes the history, workings and accomplishments of social dialogue at EU level. Negotiations, consultations and exchanges of information among organisations representing employers and workers (the social partners) and public authorities are an essential element of the European social model and play a key role in defining and implementing EU economic, employment and social policy as well as sectoral policies. The volume also looks at how social dialogue has evolved at the level of individual Member States in response to the economic crisis. The guide is available in printed format in English, French and German.
Catalog N. :KE-32-11-943-EN-C
Social partners play a vital role in shaping European social policy and the European Commission consults them extensively. This brochure gives an overview of the social partners’ contribution to EU integration before setting out how this consultation works. It looks at consultations related to legislative proposals and those aimed at supporting EU policies. In addition, it addresses the topic of Impact Assessment. Lists of publications, websites and social partner organisations are also provided. The brochure is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. :KE-AV-10-001-ES-N
El informe sobre Relaciones Laborales en Europa de 2010 revisa los desarrollos en las relaciones colectivas entre los trabajadores, los empresarios y sus respectivos representantes durante 2008-10. Este resumen del informe da una visión general del impacto de la crisis económica y del papel de los interlocutores sociales para combatirla. Más adelante habla sobre los siete capítulos del informe. Estos incluyen las tendencias en las relaciones laborales europeas, las perspectivas de los interlocutores sociales sobre estas y las respuestas a la crisis, la flexibilización salarial y el salario mínimo, las relaciones laborales y la transición a una economía hipocarbónica, así como los desarrollos en el diálogo social de la UE y en la legislación de 2008-10. El resumen está disponible en formato electrónico en todas las lenguas oficiales de la UE mientras que el informe completo está disponible en inglés en formato impreso (ISBN 978-92-79-17861-0).