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EXPERIENCE and HISTORY OF SELF-REGULATION in EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. An example: «Tripartism» in Switzerland . Olivia Guyot Director Legal Department Federation of french-speaking Swiss Business Enterprises, Geneva. Summary of the presentation.

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EXPERIENCE and HISTORY OF SELF-REGULATION in EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

An example: «Tripartism» in Switzerland 

Olivia Guyot

Director

Legal Department

Federation of french-speaking Swiss Business Enterprises, Geneva


Summary of the presentation
Summary of the presentation COUNTRIES

  • 1) Tripartism in Switzerland: an example of self-regulation

  • 2) Employers’ federations in Switzerland and Geneva

  • 3) FER Genève

    • 3.1. Aims and tasks

    • 3.2. Structure

    • 3.3. Key figures

    • 3.4. Services to members

    • 3.5. Social Security Institutions

    • 3.6 Groupement des Entreprises Multinationales (GEM)


1 tripartism in switzerland an example of self regulation

1) Employers’ federations COUNTRIES

2) Employees’ Unions

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1) TRIPARTISM in SWITZERLAND: an example of self-regulation

non-strike agreementscollective agreements



3) FER Genève COUNTRIES

3.1. Aims and tasks - Quotes from our Statutes

Promote the constitution of professional and interprofessional associations ; manage their secretariat ;

Create, organize and manage social security institution to meet our members’ social insurance obligation and commitment ;

Promote professional training and development ; encourage innovation and social dialogue within our members’ business companies ;

Give administrative support and services to members ; represent on federal and cantonal levels the interests of free economy.


Assembly of delegates board of directors steering committee general manager
Assembly of Delegates COUNTRIES Board of DirectorsSteering CommitteeGeneral Manager

3.2. Structure

  • Professional Associations

  • Social Security Institutions

  • Services to members


3 3 key figures
3.3. Key figures COUNTRIES

  • 27’000 individual members

  • 18’000 business companies

  • 9’000 self-employed professionals

  • A total of 150’000 employees

    (70% of the total jobs of the private sector)

  • A staff of 300 (associations and institutions)



Fields of associations activities
Fields of Associations’ activities COUNTRIES

  • Services and Hospitality

  • Retail Trade

  • Transportation

  • Health

  • Construction Industry (Finishing Work)

  • Multinational Companies


3 4 services to members
3.4. Services to members COUNTRIES

  • Information

  • Newspaper «Entreprise Romande» and Newsletter

  • Legal advice (Labour law, employment contracts)

  • Salary processing

  • Training Courses

  • Meeting Rooms

  • Private Restaurant

  • Parking lot

  • Web portal www.fer-ge.ch


3 5 social security institutions
3.5. Social Security Institutions COUNTRIES

Old Age and Surviving Insurance (AVS)

  • Established in 1948

  • Third largest institution in Switzerland

  • More than 35’000 affiliates in french-speaking Switzerland

  • CHF 1’513 Mio in contributions (2010)

  • CHF 640 Mio in benefits (2010)


Social security institutions
Social Security Institutions COUNTRIES

Caisse inter-entreprise de prévoyance professionnelle - CIEPP

(Occupational Pension Fund)

  • Established in 1961

  • More than 8’000 affiliated companies, 35’000 insured employees

  • CHF 275 Mio in contributions (2010)

  • CHF 3’500 Mio on balance sheet (2010)


3 6 groupement des entreprises multinationales multinational companies group gem
3.6. Groupement des Entreprises Multinationales COUNTRIES (Multinational Companies Group – GEM)

  • non-political, non-profit-making association.

  • headquarters and administrative offices, c/o Federation of french-speaking Swiss Business Enterprises, Geneva (FER Genève).

  • GEM's aim: to develop the common interests of its members in areas related to human resources management.

  • more than 70 members, representing multinational companies of all sizes with headquarters located in the cantons of Geneva, Vaud and Fribourg.

  • partner able to represent the profession, especially to government departments, tax authorities and in matters related to economic development and labour relations.


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