The Reform of Joint Regulation and Labour Market Policy During the Crisis
|Starts:||4 Dec 2014|
|Ends:||5 Dec 2014|
|What is it:||Conferences|
|Organiser:||School of Law|
|Who is it for:||Adults, General public, University staff|
Join us at this conference and explore country experiences of change in the structure, content and outcomes of collective bargaining and social dialogue in the manufacturing sector during the crisis. The conference will present the final reports and findings of a project led by The University of Manchester that sheds light on how the crisis-driven policy reforms have translated into changes in EU Member States affected by the crisis (Greece, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain).
The conference will debate the challenges facing social partners and the effects on their strategies at national, sectoral and company level as well as on state agencies and workers. It will also profile new research evidence, funded by the European Commission, on the incidence, character and content of bargaining in manufacturing.
The conference will feature prominent speakers, roundtables on key themes and facilitated discussions for representatives from trade unions, employer bodies and governments. Presentations from leading negotiators across Europe and experts in bargaining in the private sector will stimulate discussion about the lessons for social dialogue, strategies for wage determination and the implications for the future of national bargaining systems in the context of economic austerity.
Download the conference invitation: http://www.law.manchester.ac.uk/medialibrary/Main%20site/ManReg/The-reform-of-joint-regulation-and-labour-market-policy-during-the%20crisis-Invitation.pdf
Download the full conference schedule: http://www.law.manchester.ac.uk/medialibrary/Main%20site/ManReg/Conference-programme-The-reform-of-joint-regulation-and-labour-market-policy-during-the-crisis.pdf
Travel and Contact Information
NH Hotel Brussels du Grand Sablo