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18/06/2013

Industrijski odnosi u Europi 2012 - Izvršni sažetak  (18/06/2013)

Kataloški br. : KE-AV-13-001-HR-N

Ovaj izvršni sažetak izvještaja razmatra način na koji su se industrijski odnosi razvijali od zadnjeg izdanja 2010. godine. S pretvaranjem financijske krize u dužničku krizu, reforme koje su vlade provodile imale su bitan utjecaj na odnose između poslodavaca, sindikata i javnih vlasti. Iako je socijalni dijalog bio čimbenik otpornosti u prevladavanju ranih posljedica krize, njezino trajanje i dubina stvorili su nepovoljno okruženje za socijalni dijalog. Ipak, sažetak naglašava važnost kontinuiranog i dobro strukturiranog dijaloga te podcrtava spremnost Komisije da daje podršku i promiče njegov daljnji razvoj. Sažetak je dostupan u elektroničkom obliku na svim službenim jezicima EU-a, dok je cjeloviti izvještaj dostupan na engleskom jeziku u tiskanom obliku.

11/04/2013

Industrial Relations in Europe 2012  (11/04/2013)

Kataloški br. : KE-AS-12-001-EN-C

This report reviews trends and developments in the relationship between workers, employers, their respective representatives and public authorities at national and EU level during 2010-12. It looks at how the continuing crisis and reforms implemented in response may be having a more fundamental impact on industrial relations, as conflict is increasing. In certain countries, fiscal consolidation has resulted in unfavourable settings for social dialogue, especially in the public sector, where reforms have been accelerated. Despite this the report concludes that structured social dialogue is still the right approach for building consensus and ensuring the sustainability of economic and social reforms.

This report is available in printed format in English.

All the graphs and tables included in this report can be downloaded both in gif and excel format by accessing the individual chapters here.

14/11/2011

Consulting European social partners: Understanding how it works  (14/11/2011)

Kataloški br. : 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.

31/05/2011

Industrial relations 2010 - Summary  (31/05/2011)

The Industrial Relations in Europe 2010 report reviews developments in the relationships between workers, employers and their respective representatives during 2008-10. This Executive summary of the report gives an overview of the impact of the economic crisis and the role of social partners in combating it. It then looks at the seven chapters of the report. These cover trends in European industrial relations, social partners' perspectives on and responses to the crisis, wage flexibilisation and the minimum wage, industrial relations and the transition to a low-carbon economy, as well as developments in EU social dialogue and legislation in 2008–10. The summary is available in electronic format in all official EU languages whereas the full report is available in English in printed format (ISBN 978-92-79-17861-0).

05/04/2011

Corporate Social Responsibility - National Public Policies in the European Union  (05/04/2011)

Kataloški br. : KE-31-11-095-EN-C

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a well-established concept within the EU agenda, and although complex, influences a number of policy areas. This compendium of national public CSR policies in the EU identifies eight topics which reflect current CSR priorities and trends. Sections are included on socially responsible supply chain management, reporting and disclosure, and further chapters explore the potential of CSR in areas such as climate change, small and medium-sized enterprises, socially responsible investment, education and public procurement. This document provides a timely update on main Member State CSR priorities and will inform the Commission's future work. This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German.

03/03/2011

Industrial Relations in Europe 2010  (03/03/2011)

Kataloški br. : KE-AS-10-001-EN-C

The economic crisis presented considerable challenges to industrial relations across the EU. This report reviews trends and developments in the relationships between workers, employers, their respective representatives and public authorities during 2008-10. It begins with an overview of the main characteristics of industrial relations institutions before analysing the strategies and perspectives of social partners and social dialogue developments in the face of the crisis. The report then examines wage bargaining, wage flexibility and minimum wages as well as the implications for industrial relations of the transition to a low-carbon economy. Finally, the report gives an overview of EU-level social dialogue and legislative developments. This publication is available in printed format in English only. The Executive Summary will soon be available online in 23 language versions.

All the graphs and tables included in this report can be downloaded both in gif and excel format by accessing the individual chapters here.

28/01/2011

Buying Social - A Guide to Taking Account of Social Considerations in Public Procurement  (28/01/2011)

Kataloški br. : KE-32-10-584-EN-C

Public procurement accounts for about 17% of EU gross domestic product. Its leverage in areas such as social policy is thus considerable. With its Guide to Taking Account of Social Considerations in Public Procurement, the European Commission aims to capitalise on this by (a) raising contracting authorities' awareness on the benefits of opting for goods and services delivering good social outcomes and (b) explaining the opportunities offered by the existing EU legal framework to take into account social considerations in public procurement. The Guide defines socially responsible public procurement (SRPP) before explaining its benefits. It looks at SRPP in relation to the EU social model and the legal and policy approach to the subject in the Union. The Guide also elaborates an SRPP strategy and explains how to identify needs and plan procurement procedures. The Guide also explains from a legal perspective, how social considerations may be addressed at the different stages of the procurement process (from defining technical specifications and selection criteria, to awarding contracts and monitoring subsequent performance). National examples are provided to illustrate different steps within the process.

Read also: Buying Green! – A Handbook on environmental public procurement

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