Especially useful are Walther Muller-Jentsch's chapter on Germany, where works councils
are strongest, and the synthetic chapter on Western Europe by Wolfgang Streeck.
The European Works Councils
Directive will be implemented into UK law on 15 December 1999.
In other words, works councils
need to be backed by a certain degree of state mandate (p.
This article is based on a speech presented at the Australian Works Councils
Seminar, RMIT, Melbourne on 9 April 2001.
European works councils
are a place for monitoring and checking differences in health, safety and environmental standards across Europe.
Wouldn't human resources representatives, supervisors, and works councils
be the correct (and more appropriate) persons to turn to with workrelated issues?
The court held that many provisions in the code could be implemented without consent of the works council
, but that the provisions related to anonymous telephone hotlines required the council's consent.
But the regional daily "Braunschweiger Zeitung" reported Friday that at least part of the investigation centered on whether the remuneration for works council
chief Bernd Osterloh had been too high.
Impacted by terrorism, Tunisia is no longer on the list of countries proposed by the French works councils
Kotthoff and Whittall present readers with an empirical study of five European works councils
, examining the factors that promote or discourage the development of solidarity amongst employees across European borders.
We argue that works councils
and their right to block monitoring of workers can act as a commitment device of firms to mitigate product market competition.
Carlyle and PAI made their offer on 3 April, when Schneider said they will enter the final stage of the negotiations once the consultation with French works councils