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Social dialogue and employee participation
Dialogue with the social partners constitutes one of the pillars of the European social model. Firmly anchored in the Treaty establishing the European Community, it embraces discussions, consultations, negotiations and joint actions involving the representative social partner organisations. The European social dialogue, which can be bipartite or tripartite, supplements the national social dialogue arrangements which exist in most Member States. Based on the principles of solidarity, responsibility and participation, it constitutes the main channel through which the social partners contribute to the establishing of European social standards and play a vital role in the governance of the Union.
- EUROPEAN SOCIAL DIALOGUE
- CROSS-INDUSTRY SOCIAL DIALOGUE
SECTORAL SOCIAL DIALOGUE
- European Sectoral Dialogue
- Reassessing the regulatory social framework for more and better seafaring jobs in the EU
- Organisation of seafarers' working time
- Organisation of working time of mobile workers in civil aviation
- Working conditions of mobile workers engaged in interoperable cross-border services in the railway sector
- FORUM FOR SOCIAL DIALOGUE
- INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF EMPLOYEES