social partnership


Also found in: Wikipedia.

social partnership

a relationship between TRADE UNIONS and employers where both SOCIAL PARTNERS work together for the good of the company, and hence of the employees. Typically, social partnership in the UK involves unions agreeing to flexible working practices in return for promises of job security and employer commitment to TRAINING. It also involves the development of institutions to promote dialogue (SOCIAL DIALOGUE) between firms and unions. See COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
It summed up the results of 2017, presented new projects, signed investment agreements and agreements on social partnership.
Nabil Abu Al-Fateh, has affirmed that social partnership is an authentic principle governing municipal work.
Kyrgyzstan delegation will be introduced with the Department of Internal Cooperation, radicalism prevention works, police and public relation works, social partnership and gender equality issues and with the structure, standards and quality of police service.
social partnership in implementing social and economic activities and
He pointed out the importance of what have been achieved in strengthening the social partnership in maintaining social security and peace ; and integrating the roles between the different institutions of society and citizens in this regard.
Minister of Welfare and Social Security, Mashaer Al-Dawalab said at Press Forum of Sudan News Agency(SUNA), Monday, that the Conference would be opportunity for exchange of views and experiences and that it represents a humanitarian and social partnership for concerted official and voluntary efforts to come out with a broad strategy on orphans care in the Arab and Islamic world.
Trabelsi stressed that the implementation of social contract clauses remains one of the national priorities of the social partners, in particular with regard to pension reform, the establishment of a National Social Dialogue Council, the establishment of Social justice between regions and social partnership.
Some review of literature explores the conceptualization of social partnership in order to meet the needs of the organization or solve organizational problems.
FORMER Taoiseach Bertie Ahern believes Ireland faces industrial relations chaos unless there is a return to social partnership.
The First Societies National Forum - under the theme 'We Are All Bahrain'- aimed to promote principles of social partnership between NGOs and individuals and volunteers.
Abstract: Employing the critical juncture theory (CJT), a discursive institutionalist approach, this paper examines the nature of the changes to social partnership policy at the end of the decade of the 2000s.
Middlesbrough Council has now followed Gateshead and Darlington in the North-east in committing for the next three years by signing a Public Social Partnership with SFFC.

Full browser ?