Employee representation at establishment level in Europe

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Across Europe, diverse forms of employee representation structures have developed, providing workers with differing opportunities to voice their interests and to be consulted by their employers directly, at their workplaces, on matters such as economic and human resources developments, working coRead more

Across Europe, diverse forms of employee representation structures have developed, providing workers with differing opportunities to voice their interests and to be consulted by their employers directly, at their workplaces, on matters such as economic and human resources developments, working conditions and health and safety measures. This report focuses on the workplace dimension of institutionalised representation of employees. At this level, representation involves only workers of a single undertaking or establishment, and the counterpart on the employers’ side is one single employer rather than an employers’ organisation or group of employers at higher levels of the industrial relations system, such as the sectoral level. The report is based on two sources of information: The findings of the 2009 European Company Survey (ECS); and country fact sheets produced by the national correspondents of the European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO). 

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    Employee representation at establishment level in Europe

    Across Europe, diverse forms of employee representation structures have developed, providing workers with differing opportunities to voice their interests and to be consulted by their employers directly, at their workplaces, on matters such as economic and human resources developments, working conditions and health and safety measures. This report focuses on the workplace dimension of institutionalised representation of employees. At this level, representation involves only workers of a single undertaking or establishment, and the counterpart on the employers’ side is one single employer rather than an employers’ organisation or group of employers at higher levels of the industrial relations system, such as the sectoral level. The report is based on two sources of information: The findings of the 2009 European Company Survey (ECS); and country fact sheets produced by the national correspondents of the European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO).

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    Europese bedrijvenenquête 2009: Werknemersvertegenwoordiging op vestigingsniveau in Europa - Samenvatting

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    Eurofound
    De landen van Europa verschillen van elkaar wat betreft de meest gangbare kanalen voor werknemersvertegenwoordiging bij bedrijven: ondernemingsraden, vakbonden, speciale comités, gezondheids- en veiligheidsvertegenwoordigers of afgevaardigden van werknemers. Dit verslag verkent de belangrijkste structuren van werknemersvertegenwoordiging op werklocatieniveau in de 27 lidstaten en de drie kandidaat-lidstaten (de voormalige Joegoslavische Republiek Macedonië, Kroatië en Turkije). Het is gebaseerd op twee informatiebronnen: de bevindingen van de Europese bedrijvenenquête 2009 (European Company Survey – ECS); en factsheets per land die zijn opgesteld door de nationale correspondenten van de Europese Waarnemingspost voor arbeidsverhoudingen (EIRO).



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