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Priority 1: Policies and tools for the future of Europe

Description

ETUI training: Social Dialogue (SD) differs in member countries depending on their economy, legal system, unionisation and organised labour tradition. The 2008 crisis had a negative impact on social dialogue and collective bargaining at all levels, but the effects varied between countries: some of them were slightly undermined while others suffered severe dismantling and decentralising. Meanwhile, the demand for skilled and competent workers is increasing; it is therefore necessary to promote and strengthen collective bargaining and social dialogue involved in training as the tool that promotes learning and the development of workers in the new economies.          

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Objectives

  • To compare the current situation of Social Dialogue models in different countries;
  • To reflect on different challenges when talking about employees’ training and the role of social dialogue;
  • To identify different models for employees’ policy training in collective bargaining and social dialogue at different level;
  • To propose improvements in employees’ training policy, competences and skills development through social dialogue and collective bargaining.
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Contact

Valerica
Dumitrescu

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Administrative assistant

Eva Berger