2 edition of Trade Union Strategies in Central And Eastern Europe Towards Decent Work found in the catalog.
April 2006 by International Labour Org .
Written in English
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Trade union strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards decent work Examines the complex roles and evolving strategies of trade unions during 15 years of economic and social transition.
Explores what strategies and policies unions in this region need in order to curb negative trends and strengthen their capacities and functions within the new industrial relations systems.
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Get this from a library. Trade union strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: towards decent work. [Dimitrina Dimitrova; Jacques Vilrokx;] -- Examines the complex roles and evolving strategies of trade unions during 15 years of economic and social transition.
Explores what strategies and policies unions in this region need in order to curb. Trade Union Strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards Decent Work. [Dimitrina Dimitrova; Jacques Vilrokx] -- Examines the complex roles and evolving strategies of trade unions during 15 years of economic and social transition.
Book Review: Dimitrina Dimitrova and Jacques Vilrokx, eds, Trade Union Strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards Decent Work.
Geneva and Budapest: International Labour Office, Author: Christer Thörnqvist. The qualitative analysis of trade union strategies towards immigration and migrant workers is based on a common analytical framework centred on the idea of ‘dilemmas’ that trade unions have to face when dealing with immigration and migrant by: Trade Union Strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards Decent Work Research output: Book/Report › Book Employment conference foresees creation of 60, jobs.
Trade Unions in Europe Innovative Responses to Hard Times Trade unions across Western and Central Eastern Europe have almost universally been losing membership, bargaining power and political influence over the last de-cade.
Economic crisis and austerity. representation; and 2) trade union strategies toward atypical workers. This paper does not constitute completed research, but rather offers an analytical framework for the study of trade unions’ strategies towards groups of workers other than their traditional constituency.
IntroductionFile Size: KB. The trade unions had to reinvent themselves after the transformation It would be erroneous to assume that the trade unions in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) 1 have all reached a uniform proﬁ le after completed transformation and EU integration.
Although they share a similar history in their recent past, they certainly went separate ways. 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.
Trade unions and the global crisis: Labour’s visions, strategies and responses Geneva: International Labour Office, trade union / trade union role / labour relations / collective bargaining / decent work / workers rights / role of ILO / economic recession / developed countries / developing countries 1 v.
ISBN: The weak and fragmented bargaining and low levels of union coverage in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) raise concerns about these countries’ potential to maintain competitiveness, tackle demographic and macroeconomic challenges, and catch up with Western European economic and social : Iga Magda.
For example, in regional terms, the drop in union membership was sharpest in central and eastern European countries, which saw an average decline of almost 36 per cent, much of which resulted from the ending of quasi-obligatory union membership following the breakup of the former Soviet bloc.
Do trade unions in Central and Eastern Europe make a difference. Low coverage and greater fragmentation can limit the benefits of trade unions Keywords: trade unions, Central and Eastern Europe, collective bargaining, union density, industrial relations and the general distrust toward unions (the “ideological obstacle”) is changing very.
The employment rate is at 72% almost reaching the target of 75% as defined in the Europe strategy which is the EU’s current agenda for growth and jobs. Improved labour market outcomes have led to substantial reductions of at-risk-of-poverty and social exclusion rates (18 % in ), where Slovakia performs better than the EU average.
Book Review: Dimitrina Dimitrova and Jacques Vilrokx, eds, Trade Union Strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards Decent Work. Geneva and Budapest: International Labour Office, The Challenges Facing European Trade Unions For several decades, trade unions in Europe – long among the most powerful in the world – have been on the defensive.
They have lost membership, sometimes drastically. Their collective bargaining power has declined, as has their influence on government and, in some countries, their public respect.
Central and Eastern Europe’s courtship with China: Trojan horse within the EU. January Richard Turcsányi1 is nothing substantive in this relation which would go against marginalis EU-Asia at a Glance is a publication series about the current state of affairs in Asia and EU-Asia relationsFile Size: KB.
About the ILO in the Republic of North Macedonia North Macedonia has made considerable progress in terms of economic development and integration into global economic markets. Unemployment rate has significantly decreased over the last decade, but it is still one of the highest in Europe (17% in vs EU average of 6%), especially for youth (35%).
The focus of the Conference was trade union strategies to fight against any forms of discrimination and gender-based violence in the world of work.
To start the discussion on trade union strategies to fight any forms of discrimination, participants reviewed international standards, in particular the ILO Conventions # and # The social impact of emigration and rural-urban migration in Central and Eastern Europe: Study on "The impact of the global economic crisis on decent work and decent work policies in key emerging economies, with a special emphasis on the situation of young people and women, and its repercussion on the EU labour markets" Mapping study on.
Decent Work and the Agenda Agenda places decent work for all at the heart of policies for sustainable and inclusive growth and development.
In particular Goal #8: "Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all” Goal 8 includes the following priorities:File Size: KB.
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Background. IUR journal brings together the latest news, views and information on trade union rights worldwide, covering key issues from varied perspectives.
IUR has an accessible format that is appreciated around the world by an audience of trade unionists, legal practitioners and academics. From September the Third Sub regional Women’s Conference for Eastern Europe and Central Asia took place in Odessa, Ukraine.
The conference brought together over 25 women trade union leaders from Ukraine, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia. The European Union strategy towards Asia.
employment and decent work for all as well as the and the United States of America as an illustration of the new EU trade strategy. Key words. Jan Drahokoupil is Senior Researcher on multinational corporations at the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).
His book publications outside of ETUI include Transition economies: political economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (with Martin Myant), Wiley-Blackwell,and Globalization and the state in Eastern Europe: The politics of foreign direct investment, Routledge, Author: Jan Drahokoupil, Violaine Delteil, Julien Vercueil, Éric Magnin.
The European Union (EU) is a unique political and economic partnership that currently consists of 28 member states (see the map in the Appendix). 1 Built through a series of binding treaties, the Union is the latest stage in a process of integration begun after World War II to promote peace.
Trade union movements and identities in Europe and elsewhere emerged historically in line with national institutional frameworks. Hyman () distinguishes at least three ideal types of trade unionism in western Europe. Accordingly, trade unions are, first, fulfilling.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The War of the World: Twentieth-Century Conflict and the Descent of the West/5(). The Eastern Bloc, also known as the Communist Bloc, the Socialist Bloc and the Soviet Bloc, was the group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, East Asia, and Southeast Asia under the hegemony of the Soviet Union (USSR) that existed during the Cold War (–) in opposition to the capitalist Western Western Europe, the term Eastern Bloc generally referred to the USSR.
Trade union strategies for developing competence at work: Experience from eight European countries. Françoise Le Deist and Jonathan Winterton trade union strategies for promoting competence development at work are influenced by national conceptions of competence, systems of vocational training and models of social dialogue.
The first type, global union federations (GUFs) used to be called International Trade Secretariats, and are the industrial wing of the international trade union movement. The political wing is the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), and its variants. So there are two levels – industrial and political.
By sending Central European workers to staff assembly lines in Korea and sending Korean managers and technicians to work in Central and Eastern Europe Political risk has been defined as the likelihood that a society will undergo political change that negatively affects local business activity.The european trade union confederation (etuc) represents trade workers in 83 trade unions in _____ western, central, and eastern european countries.
- union, union rivalry and multiplicity of unions, and management attitude towards union and workers. The reliability coefficient was Similarly, a 68 item questionnaire was used for union leaders having dimensions like union membership, motivation behind leadership, functions of union, multiple union structure and union.