Worldwide Guide to Trade Unions and Works Councils

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Presumably a business consulting company, Baker and McKenzie assist multinational corporations and their business executives and corporate counsel in confronting industrial relations issues on an international basis. For the major commercial jurisdictions throughout the world, they survey the laws relative to union and works council rights<-->legal exposures, in their terms<-->to help business executives manage operations and employees in a way that maximizes productivity. They provide no index or ...
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Overview

Presumably a business consulting company, Baker and McKenzie assist multinational corporations and their business executives and corporate counsel in confronting industrial relations issues on an international basis. For the major commercial jurisdictions throughout the world, they survey the laws relative to union and works council rights<-->legal exposures, in their terms<-->to help business executives manage operations and employees in a way that maximizes productivity. They provide no index or bibliography. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780808005346
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 1/1/2001
  • Pages: 400

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Introduction xiv
Argentina 1
Introduction 3
Trade Unions 4
Works Councils 8
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 8
Australia 9
Introduction 11
Trade Unions 11
Works Councils 13
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 13
Brazil 15
Introduction 17
Trade Unions 18
Works Councils 21
The Interaction Between A Works Council And A Trade Union 22
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 23
Other Types Of Employee Representation 23
Canada 25
Introduction 27
Trade Unions 27
Works Councils 34
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 34
China 37
Introduction 39
Trade Unions 40
Colombia 47
Introduction 49
Trade Unions 49
Works Councils 55
Interaction Between Works Councils And Trade Unions 58
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 58
Other Types Of Employee Representation 58
Czech Republic 59
Introduction 61
Trade Unions 61
Works Councils 64
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 64
Egypt 65
Introduction 67
Trade Unions 67
Works Councils 76
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 76
Other Types Of Employee Representation 76
France 79
Introduction 81
Trade Unions 81
Works Councils 84
The Interaction Between A Works Council And A Trade Union 90
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 91
Other Types Of Employee Representation 91
Germany 95
Introduction 97
Trade Unions 98
Works Councils 99
The Interaction Between A Works Council And A Trade Union 109
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 110
Other Types Of Employee Representation 110
Hungary 111
Introduction 113
Trade Unions 113
Workers' Councils 115
Trade Union And Workers' Council Employee Protection Rights 119
Ireland 121
Introduction 123
Trade Unions 123
Works Councils 127
Employee Protection Rights 127
Other Mediation And Negotiation Forums 127
Italy 131
Introduction 133
Trade Unions 136
Works Councils 139
The Interaction Between A Works Council And A Trade Union 143
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 143
Other Types Of Employee Representation 144
Japan 147
Introduction 149
Trade Unions 150
Works Councils 153
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights--Unfair Labor Practices 153
Other Types Of Employee Representation 154
Malaysia 157
Introduction 159
Trade Unions 160
Works Councils 163
Collective Bargaining 163
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 164
Mexico 165
Introduction 167
Trade Unions 168
Agreements Between Unions And Management 172
Works Councils 173
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 173
Mandatory Employee Benefits And Social Benefits 174
Netherlands 177
Introduction 179
Trade Unions 179
Works Councils 185
The Interaction Between A Works Council And A Trade Union 194
Works Council Employee Protection Rights 194
Other Types Of Employee Representation 195
Philippines 197
Introduction 199
Trade Unions 199
Works Councils 203
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 204
Russia 205
Introduction 207
Trade Unions 207
Labor (Workers') Collectives 210
Collective Contracts And Agreements 212
Resolving Collective Disputes 214
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 214
Singapore 215
Introduction 217
Trade Unions 217
Works Councils 221
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 221
Spain 223
Introduction 225
Trade Unions 225
Works Councils 227
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 229
Sweden 231
Introduction 233
Trade Unions 233
Works Councils 236
The Interaction Between A Works Council and A Trade Union 236
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 236
Other Types Of Employee Representation 236
Switzerland 237
Introduction 239
Trade Unions 239
Works Councils 240
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 240
Other Types Of Employee Representation 241
Taiwan 243
Introduction 245
Trade Unions 245
Works Councils 246
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 246
Thailand 247
Introduction 249
Trade Unions 249
Works Councils 252
Trade Union And Employee Committee Protection Rights 253
Other Types Of Employee Representation 254
Ukraine 255
Introduction 257
Trade Unions 257
Works Councils 260
Collective Agreements 260
Trade Union And Works Council Employee Protection Rights 263
United Kingdom 265
Introduction 267
Trade Unions 267
Works Councils 270
Interaction Between Works Councils And Trade Unions 270
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 270
Other Types Of Employee Representation 272
United States 273
Introduction 275
Trade Unions 276
Works Councils 279
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 279
Other Types Of Employee Representation 280
Vietnam 281
Introduction 283
Trade Unions 283
Works Councils 290
Trade Union Employee Protection Rights 290
Other Types Of Employee Representation 290
European Works Councils 291
Introduction 293
Legal Entities Subject To The Directive 293
Initiating An EWC Arrangement 294
Representative Agents 295
Role Of Central Management 295
The Default Option--The Annex 295
EWC Consultation 296
Article 13 Agreements 297
Article 5/Article 6 EWC Negotiations 297
Scope And Competence Of EWC Agreements 299
Baker & McKenzie Offices Worldwide 301
Wolters Kluwer Offices Worldwide 309
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