3 edition of Industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe
|Statement||Heribert Kohl and Hans-Wolfgang Platzer ; translated by Pete Burgess.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2008/40666|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||422 p. :|
|Number of Pages||422|
|LC Control Number||2005476577|
Theme 9:Industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe; Theme HRM and union influence at company and workplace level; Theme Equality and diversity in industrial relations; Special stream:HR’s role in managing disability in the workplace. Employment Relations Today. agrarian to industrial economies in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In most countries the national legal frameworks governing employment and labor relations are geared to formal employment and standard jobs, leaving a growing number of types of work and workers excluded from the basic protections of the Size: 1MB.
History of Europe - History of Europe - Social upheaval: In western Europe, economic change produced massive social consequences during the first half of the 19th century. Basic aspects of daily life changed, and work was increasingly redefined. The intensity of change varied, of course—with factory workers affected most keenly, labourers on the land least—but some of the pressures were. This was the theme of the recently published book Labour and Social Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe which was presented at an ETUI seminar on 25 November. The book, edited by Violaine Delteil, associate professor at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, and Vassil Kirov, associate professor at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and ETUI associate researcher, sheds light on.
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This article analyses industrial relations in the new Central and Eastern European EU member states and the candidate countries Bulgaria and Romania. Focusing on the private sector, it describes the major organisational attributes of the social partners and the structural features of the collective bargaining systems in these countries.
The extent of strikes and industrial disputes is Cited by: Book Description. Over a quarter of a century after the fall of the Berlin Wall and 10 years after their accession to the European Union (EU), Central and Eastern Europe Countries (CEECs) still show marked Industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe book with the rest of Europe in the fields of labour, work and industrial relations.
9 Executive summary: Industrial Relations in Europe Every two years the services of the Commission’s Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG present an edition of Industrial Relations in Europe, which provides an overview of major trends and developments in.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Comparative overview / L. Nagy --Recent changes in the labour code and the transition to a market economy: a review of Bulgaria's experience / V.
Mrachkov --Transformation of labour law in the framework of exisiting economic and social situation in the Republic of Croatia / A. Ravnic --Labour. Industries and Markets in Central and Eastern Europe by Bruno S. Sergi (Editor), William T.
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Be the first. Similar Items. Author Guidelines. Scope of the Journal. The IRJ publishes analysis, reports, overviews and commentaries on industrial relations and related themes and issues in the UK, the countries of western, central and eastern Europe and overseas - including developed and developing countries.
tries are producing more fundamental changes to industrial relations in Europe. Industrial Relations in Europe noted that in the early part of the recession, when the main impact of a shrinking economy was felt by the private sector, governments and social part-ners often worked together to mitigate negative impacts on employment.
Changing Industrial Relations in Europe is the second edition of the influential and widely used textbook, Industrial Relations in the New Europe. As with the earlier edition, the book will be a definitive text and reference for all students in industrial relations and human 4/4(1).
Governments in Central and Eastern Europe are dominant players in the field of industrial relations, acting in a liberalization dilemma between the needs of further state regulation to compensate. Read more about Inequalities during and after transition in Central and Eastern Europe Palestinians in the Israeli labor market: a multi-disciplinary approach Authors / Editors.
Central and Eastern Europe is a term encompassing the countries in Central Europe (the Visegrád Group), the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Europe (the Balkans), usually meaning former communist states from the Eastern Bloc (Warsaw Pact) in rly literature often uses the abbreviations CEE or CEEC for this term.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. Overview. Aims and Scope. Industrial Relations Journal is a cutting edge, research based, peer reviewed publication focusing on the changing nature, forms and regulation of the employment relationship.
Edited by Professor Peter Nolan, the Journal welcomes contributions that further understanding of industrial relations, labour markets, and the organisation and future of work. This book provides a detailed account of the innovative practices pursued by trade unions in Central and Eastern Europe since The book covers eleven post-socialist states that joined the EU inand Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Management, Labour and Industrial Politics in Modern Europe offers a deeper understanding of the performance of the European economies and the politics of reconstruction by combining an analysis of state initiatives with an examination of the strategies pursued by management and labour in the key sectors of European industry in these decades.
The book also includes an analysis from a European dimension and looks at major issues stemming from the European Union integration process for labor movement in Central and Eastern Europe.
Title: The transformation of industrial relations in some central and Eastern European countries: Author(s): Slomp, J.F.W.; Hoof, A. van; Moerel, H.W.J. Publication year:Cited by: 5. A unique exploration of the the contributions made by multinational corporations to the difficult labour market transitions towards full integration of Central and Eastern Europe members of the European Union.
This book considers the roles played by US, British and German multinational companies (MNCs) in Central and Eastern EuropeBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. A broad-ranging introduction to the changing nature and context of industrial relations in contemporary Europe is offered in this textbook.
Through a coordinated analysis of industrial relations in specific European nations, the book gives a representative, up-to-date and dynamic understanding of the subject. Regulatory amendments framework, alongside clientelistic relations with social partners, has mainly limited the governing capacity of trade unions and employer organizations over industrial relations.
In Central‐Eastern Europe, the collective bargaining is dominated by the government; meanwhile, the existing legislation remains the only Author: Ana‐Maria Bercu, Ana Iolanda Vodă.
Central and Eastern Europe references, page 1. U.S. nuclear war plans during the Johnson administration included the option of a retaliatory strike against nuclear, conventional military, and urban-industrial targets with the purpose of removing the Soviet Union “from the category of a major industrial power” and destroying it as a “viable” society.For the government agency in Nebraska see Court of Industrial Relations (Nebraska).
The Commission on Industrial Relations (also known as the Walsh Commission) was a commission created by the U.S. Congress on Aug to scrutinize US labor commission studied work conditions throughout the industrial United States between and Read more about Inequalities during and after transition in Central and Eastern Europe Global governance of labour rights: assessing the effectiveness of .