Social dialogue at national level in the EU Accession Countries
Ludek Rychly, Pritzer, Rainer, InFocus Programme on Strengthening Social Dialogue, InFocus Programme on Strengthening Social Dialogue. Labour Law and Labour Administration
International Labour Office, 2003 - Law - 46 pages
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Content of Social Dialogue
Institutions of National Social Dialogue
accession countries acquis communautaire Administrative Regulation agenda appointed Article budget Bulgaria central tripartite body Chairperson Chapter collective bargaining Consultation/Advisory Conventions and Recommendations Cyprus Czech Republic economic and social economic policy education and training employers and workers Employment Guidelines Employment Policy Employment Policy Convention enterprises Estonia European Union Exchange of information five countries Geneva Human Resources Development Hungary IFP/Dialogue ILO Convention implementation International Labour Conference International Labour Office involved issues Labour Administration labour law Latvia Lithuania main national tripartite main tripartite body Malta Minimum Wage Minister Yes Ministry national level national policy national social dialogue national tripartite bodies negotiations occupational safety organizations of employers Parliament permanent secretariat Poland Prime Minister promote Record of decieione representative organizations role Romania safety and health sectors six countries Slovakia Slovenia social partners social partnership social policy social protection social security Summary of diecueeione three countries tripartism and social Tripartite Agreement Turkey vocational training W'+E