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31/03/2009

Pracovní vztahy v Evropě 2008  (31/03/2009)

Catalog N. : KE-AV-08-001-CS-N

Úplné znění zprávy bylo vydáno v angličtině v tištěné podobě. Její shrnutí je k dispozici elektronicky ve všech ostatních úředních jazycích Evropské unie.

31/03/2009

Industrial relations in Europe 2008  (31/03/2009)

Catalog N. : KE-AS-08-001-EN-C

This report – the fifth edition in a well-established series – aims to increase the visibility of European social dialogue, describe and raise awareness of developments in European industrial relations, and initiate related discussion through its analytical chapters. The 2008 report addresses the main trends in industrial relations in the European Union, European social dialogue and EU labour law as well as the contribution of quality industrial relations to the Lisbon Strategy and wage setting and minimum wages in the European Monetary Union. The report is available in English both in printed form and on CD-Rom.

23/12/2008

Introducing European social dialogue  (23/12/2008)

Catalog N. : KE-81-08-426-EN-D

This leaflet explains in a clear way what European social dialogue is, how it works and who are the social partners. In addition, it highlights how citizens benefit and future developments and challenges. Providing an initial introduction to the topic and using visual elements for clarity, it also points the reader to sources of further information. It is targeted at the general public with a basic understanding of EU affairs. It is available in English, French and German.

10/01/2007

Industrial Relations in Europe 2006  (10/01/2007)

Catalog N. : KE-AS-06-001-EN-C; ISBN 92-79-02552-0; ISSN 1680-3515

The 2006 version of the bi-annual report outlines industrial relations trends at the national level (social partners as membership organisations, the interaction between collective bargaining and labour law, workplace representation) and at European level (European Social Dialogue, European labour law). Finally, it discusses trends at the labour market and the contribution of social dialogue to economic performance. The report is available only in English. Other language versions of the executive summary will follow.

31/03/2004

Industrial Relations in Europe 2004  (31/03/2004)

This, the third report on Industrial Relations in Europe, comes at an interesting time, just as the European Union (EU) has embarked on its largest enlargement which will increase the diversity of industrial relations traditions and the need for social cohesion. Against this background, understanding better the different industrial relations systems in Europe — including how they are evolving and how they contribute to economic and social prosperity — is more important than ever.

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