Negotiated Forms of Worker Involvement in the European Company (SE). First Empirical Evidence and Conclusions
This article analyses the negotiations on worker involvement in the first almost four years of the European Company SE and their outcomes. First, some basic institutional aspects of the SE itself and its current empirical situation are described and explained. Then, the focus is on questions of employee involvement in this new legal form. Again some main institutional provisions on employee involvement are assessed, before a detailed empirical analysis on specific issues is presented. A final appraisal based on this assessment concludes the article.
Volume (Year): 19 (2008)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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