Attenzione: alcune pubblicazioni potrebbero essere disponibili solo in inglese, francese e tedesco.
Catalog N. :KE-AV-10-001-IT-N
Il rapporto sulle relazioni industriali in Europa 2010 esamina l'evolversi delle relazioni tra lavoratori, datori di lavoro e i rispettivi rappresentanti nel corso del biennio 2008-2010. La sintesi del rapporto offre una panoramica degli effetti della crisi economica e del ruolo rivestito dalle parti sociali nel contrastarla. Essa affronta quindi i sette capitoli del rapporto, ossia le tendenze delle relazioni industriali europee, il punto di vista delle parti sociali sulla crisi e le relative risposte, la flessibilità salariale e il salario minimo, le relazioni industriali e la transizione verso un'economia a basse emissioni di carbonio, nonché l'evoluzione del dialogo sociale e della legislazione nell'UE nel biennio 2008-2010. La sintesi è disponibile in tutte le lingue ufficiali dell'Unione europea, in formato elettronico, mentre l'intero rapporto è disponibile in inglese in formato cartaceo (ISBN 978-92-79-17861-0).
Catalog N. :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.
Catalog N. :KE-30-09-236-EN-C
European Social Dialogue is one of the key elements of the European Social Model. European Sectoral Social Dialogue is the essential means by which the sectoral social partners contribute to the definition of European social standards. It is dynamic and keeps attracting new sectors: today 40 sectoral social dialogue committees work to the benefit of some 145 million workers , i.e. more than three quarters of the EU's workforce, and more than 6 million undertakings. This review presents recent developments in the work of the European sectoral social dialogue committees, highlighting their advances in areas such as skills, training and lifelong learning; working conditions; health and safety at the workplace; anticipation of change and restructuring; equal opportunities; corporate social responsibility and sustainable development. It contains detailed notes for each sector, describing its employment and industry characteristics; key challenges; and representative social partners; as well as the work programme and main outcomes of the respective sectoral social dialogue committee. This publication will be available in printed format in English, French and German.
Catalog N. :KE-31-09-123-EN-D
European Works Councils have a renewed legal framework, aimed at favouring their creation and at better informing and consulting employees, especially in times of restructuring. This leaflet provides an insight into the changes introduced by the new legislation for the establishment and operation of European Works Councils. It is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. :KE-AV-08-001-IT-N
La relazione integrale è disponibile in inglese in versione stampata.
Una sintesi è disponibile in formato elettronico in tutte le altre lingue ufficiali dell’Unione Europea.
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.
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.
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.
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.