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Industrial Relations. Understanding Art. 138 & 139 Legislative process Council Commission Social Partners Agreement implemented by a Decision LEGISLATION.

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1 Industrial Relations

2 Understanding Art. 138 & 139 Legislative process Council Commission Social Partners Agreement implemented by a Decision LEGISLATION NATIONAL PROCEDURES & PRACTICES No negotiation or failure Autonomous Agreement – to be implemented by social partners Extension procedure Consultation Opinions Negotiation

3 European social partners General cross-industry organisation & Cross-industry organisations representing certain categories of workers or undertakings ETUC, UNICE, CEEP, UEAPME, CEC, Eurocadres Sectoral organisations representing employers EUROCOMMERCE, AEA, POSTEUROP, COPA, HOTREC, FBE,... & European trade union organisations UNI-Europa, EPSU, EFFAT, EMF... Specific organisations Eurochambres European Capacity to act in a voluntary way Being composed by national organisations recognised as social partners Adequate structures

4 33 Sectoral social dialogue committees Agriculture Sea fishing Mines Construction Electricity Footwear Audiovisual Banking Civil aviation Local government Personal serv. Postal serv. Furniture Shipbuilding Sugar Commerce Horeca Industrial clean. Private Security Railways Road transp. Inland navig. Insurance Live perform. Tanning/leather Textile/clothing Woodworking Sea transp. Telecom. Temporary work Chemical Gas Acier Secteur hospitalierFootball

5 Prerequisites to participate to the European social dialogue Freedom to associate or not Freedom to negotiate Ability to sign agreements Capacity to implement european social dialogue agreements through national collective bargaining Right to be consulted on any matter linked to social policies and working conditions Sectoral and cross sectoral dimension Corporate dimension Bipartite dimension Autonomy of social partners Representativeness of social partners Administrative capacity

6 Social dialogue committee - Process 1. Representativeness and capacity 2. Joint request 1. Representativeness and capacity 2. Joint request 3. Representativeness Test (membership, mandate, structures) 3. Representativeness Test (membership, mandate, structures) Social Partners Commission

7 SDC – How it works Social dialogue table Com 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 The social partners "Autonomy and responsibility"

8 What outcomes can be expected of the social dialogue? Agreements establishing standards Article of the Treaty Recommendations concerning standards and principles Exchange of information 6 Framework agreements 4 Autonomous agreements Frameworks of action Joint opinions Guidelines and Codes of conduct Policy orientations Declarations Tools 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 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) texts 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) 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

9 SCHIPBUILDING Long period of restructuring process 70% of employment lost since 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

10 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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