Em­ploy­ee rep­res­ent­a­tion and co-de­term­in­a­tion rights in Europe

26/10/2010

At EC level, collective labour law is undeveloped compared to individual employment law at EC level. In addition to the historical differences between the member states, there is a lack of a legal basis on which collective labour law can be developed further at EC level, such as the law regarding collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), unions and strikes. However, there are certain common factors within the law of most of the member states, especially in comparison to the US.

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Employee representation and co-determination rights in Europe
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Tobias Somary
Tobias Somary, LL.M.
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Zurich