The 2017 Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue for by 19 countries in Central Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe are online in new makeup!

The “Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue” provide a yearly analysis of notable developments in the wider field of labour relations for 19 countries of Central Eastern and Southeast Europe plus Turkey. Important data about collective bargaining, the system of (tripartite) social dialogue, social and economic indicators as well as numbers of national trade unions and employers’ organizations for each country are gathered in the respective annexes. For 2017, some of the dominant topics in the region were the shortage of qualified workers, an increase in precarious working conditions, as well as widespread dissatisfaction in most countries about the state of tripartite social dialogue.

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The 2017 Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue for by 19 countries in Central Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe are online in new makeup!

The “Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue” provide a yearly analysis of notable developments in the wider field of labour relations...

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The 2016 Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue for 16 countries in Central Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe are online!

The “Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue” provide a yearly analysis of important developments in the field of Labour Relations for...

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The German employment model, the trade unions and "Working 4.0"

The digitization is one of the central megatrends of our time. It is undisputed that this trend will have many effects on almost all sectors of the...

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Political Trends & Dynamics "The Digital Frontier in Southeast Europe"

The February-March 2018 edition of Dialogue SOE's briefing series titled "Political Trends and Dynamics in Southeast Europe".

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