The Reform Of The Labour Interest Reconciliation In Hungary
The interest reconciliation in the Hungarian Labour Law had been regulated insufficiently before last year. The Labour Code of 1992 had provisions only about National Interest Reconciliation, according to which the Government negotiated with the national trade unions and employers’ interest representation organisations. Therefore, the sectorial and regional interest reconciliation was unknown in the world of Labour Law. Sectorial and regional interest reconciliation existed only in the public service owing to the Public Service Acts.
Volume (Year): 46 (2011)
Issue (Month): (September)
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