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Industrial Relations. Understanding Art. 138 & 139. Council. Social Partners. Commission. Consultation. No negotiation or failure. Negotiation. Opinions. Legislative process. Extension procedure. Agreement implemented by a Decision. Autonomous Agreement – to be

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Industrial relations

IndustrialRelations


Understanding art 138 139

Understanding Art. 138 & 139

Council

Social Partners

Commission

Consultation

No

negotiation

or failure

Negotiation

Opinions

Legislative

process

Extension

procedure

Agreement

implemented

by a Decision

Autonomous

Agreement

– to be

implemented

by social

partners

NATIONAL PROCEDURES

& PRACTICES

LEGISLATION


European social partners

European social partners

General cross-industry organisation

&

Cross-industry organisations representing

certain categories of workers or undertakings

ETUC, UNICE, CEEP, UEAPME, CEC, Eurocadres

European

Capacity to act in a

voluntary way

Being composed by national

organisations recognised

as social partners

Adequate structures

Specific organisations

Eurochambres

Sectoral organisations representing employers

EUROCOMMERCE, AEA, POSTEUROP,

COPA, HOTREC, FBE, ...

&

European trade union organisations

UNI-Europa, EPSU, EFFAT, EMF...


33 sectoral social dialogue committees

33 Sectoral social dialogue committees

Acier

Secteur hospitalier

Football

Gas

Live perform.

Temporary work

Chemical

Insurance

Telecom.

Woodworking

Inland navig.

Sea transp.

Textile/clothing

Tanning/leather

Industrial clean.

Road transp.

Sugar

Horeca

Railways

Shipbuilding

Commerce

Private Security

Furniture

Civil aviation

Postal serv.

Mines

Footwear

Banking

Personal serv.

Sea fishing

Electricity

Audiovisual

Local government

Agriculture

Construction


Social dialogue committee process

Social dialogue committee - Process

1. Representativeness

and capacity

2. Joint request

Social Partners

3. Representativeness

Test

(membership, mandate,

structures)

Commission


Sdc how it works

SDC – How it works

The social partners"Autonomy and responsibility"

Decide on the rules of procedure of their dialogue (Objectives, Preparation, Presidency…)

Decide on the level and rhythm of their dialogue (Number and type of meetings)

Decide on the content of their dialogue (Agenda of the meetings)

Decide on the outcome of their dialogue

Social

dialogue

table

Com


What outcomes can be expected of the social dialogue

Framework agreement on parental leave, 1995

Framework agreement on part-time work, 1997

European agreement on the organisation

of working time of seafarers, 1998

Framework agreement on fixed-term work, 1999

European agreement on the organisation

of working time of mobile workers in civil aviation, 2000

Agreement on certain aspects of the working conditions

of mobile workers assigned to interoperable cross-border services, 2005

6 Framework agreements

Agreements

establishing standards

Article 139.2 of the

Treaty

What outcomes can be expected of the social dialogue?

Framework agreement on telework, 2002

Agreement on the European licence for drivers

carrying out a cross-border interoperability service, 2004

Agreement on Stress at work, 2004

Agreement on use of Crystalline Silica (15) 2006

4 Autonomous agreements

Framework of actions on the lifelong development

of competencies and qualifications, 2002

Framework of actions on Gender equality (2005)

Framework of action on TMS (agriculture- 2005)

Frameworks of action

Recommendations

concerning standards

and principles

Guidelines on telework in telecommunications, 2001

Agreement on guidelines on telework in commerce, 2001

Code of conduct – Guidelines for European hairdressers, 2001

Voluntary guidelines supporting age diversity in commerce, 2002

Joint declaration on lifelong learning in the banking sector, 2002

European agreement on vocational training in agriculture, 2002

Code of conduct on CSR in the European sugar industry, 2003

Code of conduct and ethics for the private security sector, 2003

Code of conduct for the European textile/clothing sector, 1997

Guidelines and Codes of conduct

Policy orientations

Joint opinions

Exchange of

information

250 texts

Declarations

Tools


Industrial relations

  • SCHIPBUILDING

  • Long period of restructuring process

  • 70% of employment lost since 1975

  • Social dialogue Committee with CESA & EMF

  • The first in metal sector

  • LEADERSHIP 2015 High Level Group in the aim to ensure long-term prosperity « Competitiveness through Excellence »

  • New challenges in the social field: Cyclical aspects, attractiveness, high-skilled worforce, knowledge & innovation = productivity & competitiveness


Industrial relations

  • Outcomes

  • In link with recommandations of Leadership 2015

  • Quantitative survey

  • Conference in Trieste (2005) Exchange best practices on qualification & training

  • Schipbuilding week (2006) Image / attractiveness (Eur + Nat)

  • Tool box best practices Cyclical/Structural changes

  • New Possible Challenges

  • In link with speech of Commissioner Spidla 22/3/06

  • Demography

  • Gender Equality

  • Mobility

  • Flexicurity (Cyclical aspects)


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