Employee representation in Europe

More information on the employee representation in Europe.

Worker board-level participation in 31 european countries

A comparative table compiled, available in English, French and German.

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Employee representation in Europe: Compare Countries

There are structures to represent employees at workplace level in all 28 states of the European Union (EU). But although their fundamental purpose is in every case the same, to defend and advance the interests of employees, their form and the rules under which they operate are very different.

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Egypt Country Report

The "Egypt Country Report" has resulted from the cooperation between the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung and the Marco Center for Political Economics. It deals with poverty and income distribution, education and the labor market, emigration, industrial relations, and trade agreements. mehr ...

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Worker Participation in Israel and Europe

This book is the first output of the fruitful dialogue between the Marco Center for Political Economics and the Hans-Böckler-Foundation, which resulted in the devolopment of a joint action plan for research on the topic of "Codermination and Sustainable Organizations: Worker Participation in Israel and Europe in an Era of Global Economies and as a Sound Element in Corporate Governance". It is based on relationships between emloyers, workers, policy makers, and expert researchers in the field. mehr ...

Participation and Co-determination in Chinese Enterprises

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Beijing and Hans-Böckler-Stiftung extend special thanks to Prof. Dr. Li Hanlin, Director, National Institute for Social Development, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and his team for having made the utmost out of their joint funding of the Research Project "Participation and Co-Determination in Chinese Enterprises". The foundations' motivation to develop and accomplish this project together with CASS was the growing interest in understanding more about the different kinds of communication between management and workforce within different types of chinese enterprises.

It goes without saying, that the meaning of terms like Co-Determination or Participation obviously differ to a high degree because of the tremendous differences between the Chinese and German Industrial Relations System. Nevertheless, we hope, that for the one (scholars) or the other (member of a supervisory board, works councillor, union official) it might be of interest to learn more about these issues in China resp. how a Chinese research team delivers these important findings.

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