L'internationalisation de l'emploi et les délocalisations en Europe: perspectives juridiques
AbstractOne of the most important effects of the employment’s internationalisation is analysed by the movement of firms in Europe called delocalisation. In France the debate is stressed on redundancy and loss of jobs. For complex reasons, the environment created by the European market and the globalisation have been forgotten. But it is impossible to research adequate answers if there is no analysis of the multinational firms on the global market and, inside, on the European market. Three ways are presented in this paper: the opportunity to develop/create a territorial social dialogue at a national or regional level, a system of flexicurity and a transnational collective bargaining
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