EU Sources - Integrative and distributive bargaining - May 31, 2017

Living and working in Europe, the 2016 Yearbook of Eurofound resumes developments and trends as described in the research activities of Eurofound. Chapter 2 (Win-win workplace practices) is dedicated to several bargaining related developments. With collective bargaining increasingly decentralised to company level, Eurofound initiated research that sheds a light on what constitutes well-functioning social dialogue at this level, how negotiations are conducted and how that affects outcomes. To examine in greater detail how companies achieve win–win outcomes, Eurofound selected 20 companies of different sizes from different sectors and countries that had been through a negotiation process to tackle various challenges.

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