Industrial Relations in Europe 2000
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European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs
[Excerpt] This first Commission Report on Industrial Relations shows that European social policy has far-reaching effects; it is steadily becoming a more integral part of the decision-making and strategies of numerous players. That goes without saying in fields where the European Union has clearly defined and affirmed its principles: respect for fundamental social rights in a frontier-free Europe; workers' rights to information and consultation on company operations; social dialogue as a mainstay of good governance and a means of involving citizens in the European venture.
Europe; European union; growth; jobs; member states; economy; social partner; industry; employer; labour law; worker; globalization; Lisbon; labour market; industrial relations