Industrial relations links
EIROnline: European Industrial Relations Links
This is a list of websites which may be of interest to EIROnline users. The links are grouped by country, and within countries under the categories of 'employers', 'trade unions', 'government' and 'other'.
The aim is to list for each country:
- the central trade union and employers' confederations and their national affiliates;
- other national employers' and union organisations;
- the ministry of labour/employment or similar;
- and other agencies, institutions and centres with an impact on or interest in industrial relations.
At this stage, to keep the number of links manageable, we include very few regional or local bodies, though this policy will be subject to review. These 'rules' have been slightly relaxed for some countries or categories where websites are scarce.
There are also links to:
- the European Union institutions and related bodies;
- other European and international organisations;
- and European and international trade union and employers' organisations.
Where a link is marked (En) some or all of the information is in English and the link is, wherever possible, directly to this information.
This collection of European industrial relations links does not claim to be comprehensive, and there are numerous gaps - both because websites are scarce in many categories or countries, and because of ignorance on our part. The only way that these omissions can be corrected is if EIROnline users help us to fill them in. Suggestions for additions to the list should be sent to Camilla Galli da Bino, EIRO Information Officer. Also, please let us any know if any of the links do not work.
These links are for the information of EIROnline users, and EIRO takes no responsibility for the content of the websites involved. The inclusion or exclusion of any organisation is not to be taken as a sign of approval or otherwise.