European Industrial Relations Dictionary
Designed as an easy-to-use online reference tool, the European industrial relations dictionary is a comprehensive collection of the most commonly used terms in employment and industrial relations at EU level today. It contains over 350 entries, featuring concise definitions and relevant contextual information, with hyperlinks to EU legislation and case law.
The product of a collaborative effort between acknowledged experts in the field, the dictionary is aimed at policymakers, practitioners and all those interested in the history and evolving structure of the European Union.
Background information is provided on the industrial relations context, institutional framework, legal framework, collective industrial relations, individual employment relations, the enterprise, free movement of workers, discrimination and equality in employment, health and safety and movement towards an EU system of employment and industrial relations.
|Titre||Date of publication|
|European labour market||25 Mai 2009|
|European Monitoring Centre on Change||02 Décembre 2019|
|European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia||27 Novembre 2008|
|European Pact for Gender Equality||31 Août 2017|
|European Parliament||20 Septembre 2011|
|European private company||06 Décembre 2009|
|European Qualifications Framework||20 Septembre 2011|
|European Restructuring Monitor||02 Décembre 2019|
|European semester||15 Juin 2014|
|European Social Charter||06 Février 2012|
|European social dialogue||16 Mai 2018|
|European Social Fund||02 Décembre 2010|
|European social model||04 Mai 2011|
|European social partners||03 Décembre 2019|
|European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights||19 Octobre 2008|
|European Working Conditions Observatory||11 Mars 2007|
|European works councils||20 Décembre 2019|
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