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Vol 22 No 6 June/July 2017

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Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the European Union

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ISBN13: 9789041105271
ISBN: 9041105271
Published: March 1998
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: £126.00

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Covering significant European legislation passed in the late-1990s, this text starts with the European Works Council Directive of 22nd December 1994 and ends with the Treaty of Amsterdam presented in June 1997.;The bulk of the text focuses upon the European Works Council Directive, which is currently in force throughout all EU Member States and the EEA countries, except the UK. The discussion centres on the implementation process in the Member States, with national reports presented in alphabetical order by country, and additional reports from EEA countries, North America and Japan.;Further topics presented and examined in this book include: Article 13 pre-directive agreements; progress toward negotiating Article 6 agreements; Fundamental Social Rights and their treatment at the Intergovernmental Conference of June 1997; and developments on working time regulations within the EU.

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EU Law
The European Works Councils, R Blanpain et al; The ""Posted Workers"" EU Directive - from social dumping to social protectionism, M. Biagi; the EC Directive on Parental leave, M. Schmidt; legal and contractual limitations to working time in the Member States of the European Union, J. Rojot; fundamental social rights, M. Weiss; social policy, T. Treu and M. Biagi; The Treaty of Amsterdam, R. Blanpain.