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Employee representation may be defined as the right of employees to seek a union or individual to represent them for the purpose of negotiating with management on such issues as wages, hours, benefits and working conditions.Read more
Employee representation may be defined as the right of employees to seek a union or individual to represent them for the purpose of negotiating with management on such issues as wages, hours, benefits and working conditions. In the workplace, workers may be represented by trade union and through works councils – or similar structures elected by all employees. EU law has established rights and obligations for employees and their representatives to be informed and consulted via a set of directives that provide for the information and consultation of the workers, at both national and international level.Read less
Challenges and solutions: Case studies on European Works Councils
Kształtowanie się stosunków pracy w latach 2015–2019
Working conditions in sectors
Publications & dataTop
The sections below provide access to a range of publications, data and ongoing work on this topic.
- Publications (387)
- Ongoing work
Eurofound publications come in a variety of formats, including reports, policy briefs, blogs, articles and presentations.
European and national works councils in the NetherlandsArtykuł 27 Czerwiec 1997
New union for employees of international and European organisationsArtykuł 27 Maj 1997
Preliminary agreement for the renewal of national railworkers' contractArtykuł 27 Maj 1997
Economic and Social Council gives opinion on reform of collective agreements legislationArtykuł 27 Maj 1997
The industrial relations consequences of the "new" Labour Government.Artykuł 27 Kwiecień 1997
Determining terms of employment: works council or union?Artykuł 27 Marzec 1997
Only one firm in five has a works councilArtykuł 27 luty 1997
Research continues in this topic on a variety of themes, which are outlined below with links to forthcoming titles.