Workers’ Representatives In Supervisory Boards In The Management Of Municipal Companies
The article raises the subject of the functioning of workers’ representatives of municipal companies in supervising bodies of these companies i.e. supervisory boards. Pursuant to the analysis of the regulations of the code of trading companies and regulations which normalise the functioning of local government and municipal economy of the units of local government, the article presents an institution of the board of supervisors, the creation of these authorities, their competence and methods of realising supervisory tasks, emphasising the peculiarities which distinguish supervisory boards of communal companies in comparison with supervisory boards of companies without the participation of local government units. It also discusses practical consequences of the existing legal status in the field of participation of municipal companies’ employees in their supervisory boards on the basis of the study carried out in one-man companies of a local government unit. The author’s conclusions about the participation of municipal company workers in supervisory boards indicate a necessity to explicitly and homogeneously regulate this issue with regard to all the communal companies.
Volume (Year): 6 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (December)
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