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Co-determination in small and medium-sized enterprises in the EU

Guy van Gyes

Co-determination in small and medium-sized enterprises in the EU

by Guy van Gyes

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Published by Shaker in Aachen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial relations,
  • Europäisches Zentrum für Arbeitnehmerfragen,
  • Government policy,
  • Small business

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementEuropean Centre for Worker"s Questions (EZA) ; Guy van Gyes & Pavla Wagner
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD2346.E85 C63 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p. :
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25093219M
    ISBN 10383228138X
    ISBN 109783832281380
    LC Control Number2010472345
    OCLC/WorldCa643022086

    The German labour market has tended ­ever upwards in recent years. On an annual average, in million people were in gainful employment in Germany. The high employment is an expression of the country’s sound economic situation. Germany is one of the EU . The most exciting development of our age is certainly digitalisation – the spread of digital technologies across all segments of society and the economy. This process will influence our way of living, thinking and working in various ways, and will challenge our European social model. Digitalisation and the connected transition to Industry is – Self-employed workers in the gig.

    Content of the Book Part I Development and Structure of the German Financial System Part II Competition, Profitability and Efficiency Part III Finance and the Non-financial Sector Sources of Funds for Business Investments: Non-financial Corporate Sector and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) The grants can usually be calculated either on eligible investment costs or on eligible wage costs. Grant levels vary according to the regional aid intensity approved by the EU Commission, with up to 20% of eligible costs channeled to large enterprises, 30% to medium-sized enterprises, and 40% to small enterprises.

      The findings of the COBRA study also indicate that Germany's system of co- determination represents the EU's most participative framework, and the labour management relations most suited to reengineering and the effective management of change. 94). Particularly in the small and medium-sized enterprises or mittelstand, formal market. Interview with Erik Ackermann und Dr. Robin Bürger on “crowdFANding II – co-determination in the sports area through crowdfunding” With supporters from 35 countries, a total of €, pledged and the Innovationspreis Thüringen people's choice award, the pilot campaign of .


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Co-determination in small and medium-sized enterprises in the EU by Guy van Gyes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Co-determination in small and medium-sized enterprises in the EU Models of industrial co-determination in the EU member states 44 Table of contents. 6 Industrial co-determination 45 Interim results 52 4 STRUCTURES OF COLLECTIVE REPRESENTATION OF INTERESTS IN.

This publication focuses on presenting co-determination structures in the small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Italy and Slovenia.

Special emphasis was given to three sectors which are traditionally characterized by a high concentration of SME: the textiles industry, the retail trade and the construction industry.

This profile describes the key characteristics of working life in Germany. It aims to complement other EurWORK research by providing the relevant background information on the structures, institutions and relevant regulations regarding working life.

This includes indicators, data and regulatory systems on the following aspects: actors and institutions, collective and. The paper investigates the nature and extent of regional collective learning processes and networking by innovative, technology based, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Cambridge.

Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), especially in the manufacturing sector, have been an essential part of the German coordinated market economy in the second half of the 20th century. The issue of political right of co-determination is also rarely engaged with at this level.

they are required to create new regional value chains that integrate private small and medium-sized enterprises and guarantee high labour standards.

Most of these companies are planned to be financed by the Bank of ALBA. (EU-)integration. Inthe overwhelming majority (%) of enterprises active within the EU’s non-financial business economy were micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises—some million (Structural Business Statistics Overview, ).

BOOK REVIEW A. Dorresteijn et al., European Corporate Law, 2nd edn (Wolters Kluwer Law and Business, ), pages, ISBN PROF.

WYMEERSCH This second edition contains an in-depth overview of the current state of company law in the European Union (EU) and in a selected group of Member States.

The authors are leading company law experts in their. This publication is intended not only for small and medium-sized enterprises, but also for those who are in charge of human resources and are looking for inspiration on how to acquire and retain.

Although an edited book, the readability is consistent throughout. It will be a standard work for years to come' differences between Asian and western companies, small and medium sized enterprises, migrant workers, technological change, labour market flexibility and pay determination.

These issues are important in most countries and. The KfW Banking Group and development banks of the individual Federal States offer attractive interest rates, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Labor-related incentives are offered by over local offices of the Federal Employment Agency for programs that focus on recruitment support, and pre-employment training. According to the European Commission, the service sector accounts for more than 70% of economic activity in the EU, much of which involves Europe’s small and medium sized companies.

A Services Directive, proposed in Januarywould liberalize freedom of establishment of EU enterprises and trade in services among EU Member States.

The European Commission has once again issued a legislative proposal which jeopardises workers’ rights. The proposal for a “single-member private limited liability company” (SUP in European jargon) would create a 29 th regime in company law.

It goes down the same road as those previous company law proposals (like the European Private Company) which bypass rules on employee involvement. Medium-sized enterprises: less than employees and less than €50 million annual turnover or less than €43 million in balance sheet total. Outward Investment The Federal Government provides guarantees for investments by German-based companies in developing and emerging economies and countries in transition in order to insure them against.

The INSM’s influence was greatest during the period of high unemployment and low growth rates in the early to mids, which underlines that crises can be moments of opportunity for liberalizers and ‘business influence correlates with perceptions of economic crisis’ (Paster,p.

8).The Great Recession of is a notable exception. The incentives include, for example, cash incentives, interest-reduced loans, public guarantees, labour-related incentives and R&D incentives. While some programmes specifically target small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), investment incentives are, in general, available to all investors if the investment is beneficial for the German economy.

account that small and medium sized enterprises were considered to be primary Gert-Jan Vossestein, Cross-border transfer of seat and conversion of companies under the EC Treaty provisions of freedom of establishment: Some considerations on the Court of Justice’s Cartesio judgment, 6 European company law 60 ().

Art. 7 SE Regulation. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) value and rely on trade secrets even more. By protecting such a wide range of know-how and business information, whether as a complement or as an alternative to intellectual property rights, trade secrets allow creators and innovators to derive profit from their creation or innovation and, therefore.

He advises businesses and organizations on issues of strategic management, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance, and has done projects with companies such as adidas, Lufthansa, Siemens, but also small and medium-sized enterprises.

Effects of the New Basel Capital Accord on Bank Capital Requirements for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) Improving the Revision of the European Union Regulation on Insolvency; Book Review: Ancillary and Other Cross-Border Insolvency Cases Under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code Dobb White and Co.

Determination of COMI: E.U. SHRM Strategic Human Resource Management SIRHM Strategic International Human Resource Management SMEs Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises SOEs State-owned Enterprises TCN Third Country National TQM Total Quality Management UNICE Union of Industrial and Employers’ Confederations of Europe VFTU Vietnam Federation of Trade Unions WTO World Trade.The KfW Banking Group and development banks of the individual Federal States offer attractive interest rates, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Labor-related incentives are offered by the Federal Employment Agency for programs that .Ivan A. Kapitonov & Vladimir I. Voloshin & Irina V.

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