The collective bargaining and representativeness of temporary workers in Europe. Development and reinforcement of Industrial Relations Systems in response to changes in the European labour market

The project aims to develop and reinforce the European industrial relations systems through their adaptation to changes in the employment and work scenario. Furthermore, the project aims to involve the European Industrial Relation Systems in a strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe, and, in particular, through the involvement of those groups of workers – often youth workers – which feel they are not represented by any form of collective bargaining or any system of social/collective protection. Then, the project aims to disseminate knowledge regarding the representativeness and the collective bargaining of temporary workers, which, very often, are not clear even to the workers themselves.
The project aims to enrich and develop the European Commission’s industrial Relations in Europe reports, in particular the project will use the database available in the European Industrial Relations Observatory in order to find significant agreements in EU (at national and company level) for temporary workers.

Start date: 01/12/2014

Finish date: 01/12/2016

Financing: European Commission – DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (Agreement number VS/2014/0543)

Financing reference: VS/2014/0543

Responsable researcher: Antonio Martín Artiles

Team: Óscar Molina, Alejandro Godino

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