EU Sources - Management attitude towards information and consultation - May 31, 2016

The Leuven University, commissioned by the employers’ organisation BusinessEurope, launched the results of a research on the functioning of information and consultation procedures based on the EWC Directive. The Directive allows representatives of workers from European countries in which MNCs have operations to regularly meet central management with the purpose of exchanging information and engaging in consultation. The work in the EWC comprises a wide range of forms and types reflecting different paths of development pursued by managers, varying from information and consultation to negotiation.


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