16 Spalis 2012
This report analyses data from Eurofound’s European Company Survey of 2009 to examine the incidence of performance-related pay (PRP) in European establishments and what determines it, with a specific focus on the role of employment relati...
23 Rugpjūtis 2009
This annual review draws on data from the European Industrial Relations Observatory to examine industrial relations developments in 2008 in the 27 EU Member States and Norway, as well as the EU-level. It focuses, in particular, on restructuring and the global economic crisis, as well as on self-employed workers.
10 Gruodis 2008
Promoting industrial peace in the labour market is an ongoing challenge in the world economy. This thematic feature from the European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO) outlines procedures that countries have taken to avoid industrial action and to maintain a smooth negotiating process between the social partners. This study is made up of contributions from 23 European Union Member States, as well as the acceding countries Bulgaria and Romania, and Norway. The main focus of the study is on the regulatory framework, the procedures for resolving industrial conflicts and the organisations in each country responsible for dealing with disputes of interest in the private and public sector.
19 Balandis 2005
This article provides an overview of the role of the social partners in the definition, implementation and evaluation phases of the 2002 and 2003 National Action Plans (NAPs) on employment in the EU15. It aims to give both a historical and comparative analysis of the degree and quality of involvement of the social partners in defining the national employment policy and their contribution to developments in the two years specified.
01 Kovas 2005
The aim of this report is to provide a brief overview of the regulation and practice of information, consultation and other forms of employee involvement in the EU15 Member States plus Norway.
09 Lapkritis 2004
This report is part of a series of projects from the Foundation which focuses on aspects of industrial relations in the ten acceding countries in the run-up to enlargement. It looks specifically at the role of social dialogue in resolving industrial relations conflicts. The report gives an overview of the existing institutional and regulatory frameworks for industrial action prevailing in each country, then goes on to describe the various systems in place to deal with conflict resolution. The overall aim of the research is to show how social dialogue can be harnessed to devise a road map for industrial peace.