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Industrial Relations in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

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ISBN13: 9789065446961
ISBN: 9065446966
Published: July 1995
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: paperback (C format)
Price: £93.00



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Collected in this volume are papers presented at an international symposium in comparative industrial relations held in Bologna on 11 January 1991, organized by SINNEA, research and training institute, in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins University. Key issues such as collective bargaining, health and safety matters, dismissal law and atypical labour are discussed in a comparative perspective in connection with the working environment of the small and medium-sized enterprises.

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Contents:
Industrial relations in medium- and small-sized companies - the Netherlands, Lammy Betten; small- and medium-sized businesses, industrial relations and managerial culture - the Italian case and comparative remarks, Marco Biagi; labour law and industrial relations in small enterprises - Belgian report, Roger Blanpain; industrial relations in small firms in Ireland, Ivan L. Filby; labour law and industrial relations in small and medium enterprises in Spain, Elias Gonzalez-Posada Martinez; labour relations in small and medium enterproses in France, Marie-France Mialon; the industrial relations in SMEs in the United Kingdom, Alan C. Neal; industrial relations and working environment compliance in medium- and small-sized companies in Denmark, Poul B. Olsen; labour relations in medium and small enterprises in Greece, Ioannis Koukiadis; industrial relations in medium- and small-sized companies in the FRG, Manfred Weiss.