June 10, 2020

Portugal: how to repair the damage of austerity measures?

The financial crisis has had a huge impact on the Portuguese industrial relations. The country’s creditors asked for structural reforms, notably in relation to wage policy and collective bargaining, which heavily influenced the interaction between firms and trade unions in the setting of pay and... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Collective Bargaining developments in Europe for October 2013

Here are just a few of the highlights in this month’s Collective Bargaining newsletter: Find out more

June 10, 2020

Collective Bargaining December 2014

Find below the highlights of the December issue of the Collective Bargaining newsletter with the... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Finland: industrial unions’ merger is a fact

Three trade unions, the Industrial Union TEAM, the Metal Workers' Union and the Woodworkers’ Union, have endorsed unanimously a merger that... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Collective bargaining developments March 2017

Here are the most important developments at European and member state level from the March issue of the Collective Bargaining newsletter: Find out more

June 10, 2020

Unionen becomes Sweden’s largest trade union confederation

The latest figures for members of Sweden’s trade unions show that Unionen is at the top of the table, making it the country’s largest union... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Collective Bargaining developments November 2013

Highlights of the latest Collective Bargaining newsletter with developments at European and member state level for November 2013: Find out more

June 10, 2020

Transnational company agreements - experiences and prospects

Transnational Company Agreements (TCAs) are increasingly considered an important and innovative tool of industrial relations at a... Find out more