Questioni aperte nel Nuovo Piano del Lavoro della CGIL
In this paper we discuss three issues which the CGIL New Labour Plan (NLP) arises and are worthily to be stressed. The first issue is general, and regards the European context in which the Plan is placed, and in particular in the present European economic crisis in which austerity policy is dominant. The second issue is about the role of green economy, and the main aims of development and sustainable growth, and the tools emphasised by the Plan to pursue this goal. The third issue regards wages and the negotiation between trade unions and employers over distribution of productivity gains and the ways to generate these gains following centralized and/or decentralized bargaining.
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