EU Sources - Social dialogue in higher education and research - May 31, 2016

The European Trade Union Committee for Education has presented a detailed report on the state of the art of social dialogue in education and research based on a survey among its affiliates. Nearly all of the responding unions, mainly active in social dialogue in higher education at national and institutional levels, participate in collective bargaining. The results show that satisfaction with social dialogue is higher than with collegial governance.

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