Romania -Row over external employees’ representatives Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation -June 06, 2014

Employees and the Board of Directors of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation (SRR) have clashed over a ban on external employees’ representatives in the SRR’s Administration Council. Currently, employees are allowed to elect two representatives to the council without restrictions.

Employees and the Board of Directors of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation (SRR) have clashed over a ban on external employees’ representatives in the SRR’s Administration Council. Currently, employees are allowed to elect two representatives to the council without restrictions. Following the example of the country’s public TV broadcaster, however, SRR management decided to ban candidates from outside the institution from running for the two positions of employee’s representative. Trade unions have demanded the ban be lifted, arguing the employees’ choice must be unrestricted and that the external representatives have been the most effective one, precisely because of their relative independence from management.

English: http://www.ifj.org/nc/news-single-view/backpid/129/article/rights-of-staff ...   

 

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