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Labour relations in small enterprises in Greece

Theodore K. Katsanevas

Labour relations in small enterprises in Greece

by Theodore K. Katsanevas

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Published by Manpower Employment Organization in Athens .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTheodore K. Katsanevas in collaboration with Maria N. Dotsika-Papavassiliou.
ContributionsDotsika-Papavassiliou, Maria N., Manpower Employment Organization (Greece)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13862721M

  The Department of Labour Protection and Welfare has bestowed awards to 12 Thai enterprises with outstanding labour relations management to acknowledge their effort to promote mutual partnership between employers and employees and fair benefit sharing in a bid to promote good labour relations management in Thai private and state-owned enterprises.. Ms. PanneeSriyudhsak, . flexible labour markets of the EU. The reforms have led to a dramatic decline of the labour cost as a result of wage cuts. The minimum wage has fallen by % between and , while the cumulative reduction of the real unit labour cost reached % between and Overall, the.

an employer-initiated lockout of the work force. In this way a labor relations system can function to make strikes or lockouts last resorts and well-planned tactics that complement the negotiations and agreement-seeking process. But even when they are built into a labor relations system in this way, worker- or. One of the most important market niches of the agency sector is the seasonal labour demand that is hard to cover from local labour pools. Small and medium-sized family-owned hotel and catering enterprises form the biggest segment of the Greek tourist industry (Andriotis, ; Mourdoukoutas, ). The bulk of agencies’ hospitality sector.

ABSTARCT: Multinational corporations (MNCs) are enterprises which have operations in more than one country. They manage production establishments or deliver services in at least two countries. 4. Labor, Material and Equipment Utilization Historical Perspective. Good project management in construction must vigorously pursue the efficient utilization of labor, material and equipment. Improvement of labor productivity should be a major and continual concern of those who are responsible for cost control of constructed facilities.


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Labour and Labour-Related Laws in Micro and Small Enterprises: Innovative Regulatory Approaches Prepared by Colin Fenwick, John Howe, Shelley Marshall and Ingrid Landau Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law The University of Melbourne, Australia Small Enterprise Programme Job Creation and Enterprise Development Department.

Traditional labour relations are being deregulated as a result of the globalised financial model and the digital revolution. published by the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises in March Small enterprises, the Labour Relations Act and collective bargaining in South Africa.

MELVIN GOLDBERG. Lecturer in Department of Sociology, University of Cape Town. Labour relations in small enterprises in Greece book INTRODUCTION. One intention of the Labour Relations Act 66 of (LRA) is to promote the participation of small enterprises in the collective bargaining system in South Africa.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Originally published in the International encyclopaedia for labour law and industrial relations"--Title page verso. In Greece, the enactment of Law / made it possible for Collective Employment Agreements (CEAs) to be drawn up at business level, even in very small enterprises.

These agreements take precedence over the sector-level CEAs, even if imposing less favourable terms for employees. This study examines employment relations in small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana.

This is done through in-depth case studies of three private firms in the service sector. A review of the extant literature on SMEs revealed a dearth of knowledge on employment relations in SMEs in Africa.

Previous research into SMEs in developing countries – and Africa in particular – has. ILO pub. Comparison of labour relations in public enterprises in Africa, with case studies of Nigeria and Tunisia - discusses the definition and the growth of public enterprises, legal aspects, trade unionization, trade union recognition, employers organization, collective bargaining, labour disputes, dispute settlement, personnel management, workers participation, etc.

References. a) for large and small firms (e.g. Germany, Korea, Belgium) b) where small firms comprise a large proportion of total employment (e.g. Hungary, Mexico, Turkey). In Greece both factors apply. Need to examine what the difference between the original and a revised indicator for the country.

According to the census, the population of Greece is approximately million. It is estimated that there were over one million foreign immigrants working in Greece before the crisis. However, after a few years, foreign workers and their families started to leave due to the slump in the labour market and in particular in the building.

enterprises as well as small and medium enterprises, The plan of the paper is as follows. In the next section we will discuss theoretical determinants of temporary and family worker hiring. Then we outline the labour regulation framework in Greece.

In section 4, we give details of the TERS Survey. Then in sections 5 and 6 we present the results. The Labour Relations Act applies to all employers, workers, trade unions and employers’ organisations.

It does not apply to: National Defence Force, National Intelligence Agency, or; South African Secret Service. The Labour Relations Act (LRA), Act 66 of aims to promote economic development, social justice, labour peace and democracy in. Greece: Employee rights. Original and updating author: Christos A Ioannou Consultant editor: Costas D.

Papadimitriou See the legal services provided by the authors/consultant editors of XpertHR International > Greece, including any discounts/offers for subscribers. Summary. The Government has introduced measures that are relevant for employers and employees in response to the coronavirus. Labour Bill “This member’s bill is a wonderful example of our parliamentary democracy in action, with MPs from most parties aligning behind a piece of legislation that will make life better.

Labour law and industrial relations in small and medium-sized enterprises in the EEC countries. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Washington, DC: Sales and subscriptions, European Community Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government.

This edition of South African employment relations: theory and practice has the distinction that after 20 years of existence in the market, it is one of the longest continuously running employment relations books in South s: 1. The country page gives access to Eurofound's most recent survey data and news, directly related to Greece: Living in Greece - country-level data from the European Quality of Life Survey (EQLS) ; Working life in Greece - key characteristic of working life across a range of parameters.; Research carried out prior to 31 Januaryand published subsequently, may include data relating to the Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. South African Employment Relations in Context (PDF E-Book) Jenni Gobind. ISBN: Publishing Date: 30 June R, The size of an enterprise is a major determinant in its approach to labour relations, with the employer of a small workforce being more likely to rely on informal means for dealing with its workers.

Small and medium-sized enterprises, which are variously defined, sometimes fall under the threshold for legally mandated workers’ participation. A Global Labour Relations Strategy: is yours fit for purpose.

Section 1 Introduction In a globalised world, labour relations have no borders. National and global trade unions, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), consumers and investors are increasingly turning against multinationals suspected of ignoring international labour rights.

Approaches to the Post-WWII Labour-Based Social Economy of Greece: /ch The current crisis in Greece, an EU member for over 30 years, has brought to the surface the character of the Greek politico-administrative system as it.4 C. Ioannou, (), Recasting Greek Industrial Relations: Internal Devaluation in Light of the Economic Crisis and European Integration, 28 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations,at 5 The Minister of Labour and Social Security may extend and declare as binding on all the employees of a sector.Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are often referred to as the backbone of the European economy, providing a potential source for jobs and economic growth.

SMEs are defined by the European Commission as having less than persons employed. They should also have an annual turnover of up to EUR 50 million, or a balance sheet total of no more than EUR 43 million (Commission.