CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN ROMANIA. A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL APPROACH
Radu È˜tefan Patru ()
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Radu È˜tefan Patru: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Internal Auditing and Risk Management, 2018, vol. 49, issue 1, 9-20
This study will analyze the situation of collective bargaining in Romania. Collective bargaining has a special role to play in ensuring social peace within society. Good collective bargaining able to secure state consensus between employees and employees is a decisive factor in social progress. Advantages concern both the business environment and those who work. In Eastern Europe, given the influence of multinational companies, the social rights legislation has suffered a regress, as evidenced by the small number of collective labor contracts concluded over the last 7 years, and from the time of the major change in labor law. The present study includes the theoretical and practical analysis of the current situation in the field of social dialogue, while presenting alternatives for improving the legislation on collective bargaining, ensuring a real image of the situation in this field within a representative state in Eastern Europe.
Keywords: collective bargaining in Romania; social rights; collective labor contracts; labor legislation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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