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Well-functioning social dialogue is a key component in implementing the reforms that will boost European competitiveness. A new report from Eurofound examines how management, employees and their representatives achieve common solutions to common problems. It identifies a number of elements of good practice, such as regular meetings between management and employees to follow up on decisions, continuous feedback (from both managers and employees) to facilitate adjustment to new practices, supporting employees in contributing to decision-making, and training to smooth the implementation of new measures. The research was based on 20 company case studies in five Member States in a sample drawn from Eurofound’s European Company Survey 2013.

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