Collective transnational bargaining: practical implementation experiences from European Works Councils in Spain
EntityUAM. Departamento de Derecho Privado, Social y Económico
PublisherUniversidad Carlos III de Madrid
10.20318/sllerj.2018.4435Spanish Labour Law and Employment Relations Journal 7.1-2 (2018): 41-55
Funded byThis article forms part of the research project “El dialogo social en un derecho del trabajo para la recuperación: competitividad empresarial y cohesión social” (DER2015-64676-C2-2-P)
ProjectGobierno de España. DER2015-64676-C2-2-P
SubjectsEuropean Works Council; collective transnational bargaining; Derecho
RightsCopyright (c) 2018 Spanish Labour Law and Employment Relations Journal
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Council Directives 94/45/EC and 2009/38/EC impose transnational collective bargaining in Community-scale undertakings so as to create procedures for informing and consulting employees in said undertakings. More than twenty years after the first Directive was passed, this article examines the agreements reached by European-scale companies with headquarters in Spain and tries to construct a typical model for European Works Councils among companies in Spain
Google Scholar:Gordo González, Luis
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