Restructuration et comité d’entreprise européen
No 2, EUI-LAW Working Papers from European University Institute (EUI), Department of Law
This paper tries to identify the role of the European Work Council in transnational firms’restructurings in the EU.The European Work Council has a weak position during the crisis but in favourable conditions can have a new role in different directions ( transnationalinformations, action with politics and EU institutions) . It gets slowly a more important role as collective actors inside a new specific collective bargaining or as complete actor or asfacilitator , with European and international trade unions ( IFA-international framework Agreements)). Then, an new architecture for collective bargaining is emerging in the field ofrestructurings in Europe.
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