Slovenia - Social dialogue in metal processing - March 31, 2017

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry published a country report, dedicated to the metal working sector. It can be seen as a mapping exercise of past and existing unilateral programmes, as well as social dialogue initiatives to deal with the skills mismatch arising from the digitalisation of production methods and developing the necessary technical skills. In section 4.2.3 the representative trade union of metal and electrical industry, summarises its point of view, current endeavours and future plans. According to the union, it is necessary to establish social dialogue that will protect the interests of workers in the complex framework of the meaning of decent work, while further limiting precarious forms of employment.

English: http://adapt.it/Industry4EU/Industry4EU ... 

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