New topics, new tools and innovative practices adopted by the social partners

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12 Julio 2016
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Social dialogue still matters in Europe. Recent EU-level policy debates have highlighted that, particularly since the 2008 crisis, the emergence of new debates on social justice, democracy, the quality of work and new models for labour relations have been challenging traditional industrial relatiRead more

Social dialogue still matters in Europe. Recent EU-level policy debates have highlighted that, particularly since the 2008 crisis, the emergence of new debates on social justice, democracy, the quality of work and new models for labour relations have been challenging traditional industrial relations and social dialogue systems. The main objective of this comparative study is to gather information on how social partners in the EU28 and Norway have responded to the many new political, legal and social challenges that have arisen in recent years. The report looks at the way social partners are exploring new topics and new tools, and developing innovative approaches. At least two different types of new topics can be identified: those that are new from an EU-wide perspective (such as climate change) and those that are new only for some Member States (such as gender equality). The study examines the practices of the social partners at cross-sectoral, sectoral and national level, covering 2000–2014. 

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    Number of Pages: 
    82
    Reference No: 
    EF1619
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    978-92-897-1540-9
    Catalogue: 
    TJ-02-16-411-EN-N
    DOI: 
    10.2806/96912
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    New topics, new tools and innovative practices adopted by the social partners

    Social dialogue still matters in Europe. Recent EU-level policy debates have highlighted that, particularly since the 2008 crisis, the emergence of new debates on social justice, democracy, the quality of work and new models for labour relations have been challenging traditional industrial relations and social dialogue systems. The main objective of this comparative study is to gather information on how social partners in the EU28 and Norway have responded to the many new political, legal and social challenges that have arisen in recent years.

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    Reference No: 
    EF16191
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    Interlocutores sociales: temas nuevos, herramientas nuevas y prácticas innovadoras

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    Eurofound

    El diálogo social sigue siendo importante en Europa. Los recientes debates políticos a escala de la UE han puesto de relieve que, en especial a partir de la crisis de 2008, la aparición de nuevos debates sobre la justicia social, la democracia, la calidad del trabajo y los modelos nuevos de relaciones laborales han constituido un desafío para los sistemas tradicionales de relaciones laborales y diálogo social. El objetivo principal de este estudio comparativo es recopilar información sobre el modo en que han respondido los interlocutores sociales en la EU-28 y Noruega ante los numerosos desafíos nuevos, tanto políticos como jurídicos y sociales, que se han planteado en los últimos años. El informe examina el modo en que los interlocutores sociales están explorando nuevos temas y nuevas herramientas, y desarrollando enfoques innovadores. Hay al menos dos tipos de temas nuevos: los que son novedosos para la UE en su conjunto (como el cambio climático) y los que los son solo para algunos Estados miembros (como la igualdad de género). El estudio examina las prácticas de los interlocutores sociales a escala intersectorial, sectorial y nacional entre 2000 y 2014.

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