Friday, December 03, 2010

[IWS] ETUI: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING [Newsletter], Issue 10/2010 November [3 December 2010]

 

 

IWS Documented News Service
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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach
School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies
Cornell University
16 East 34th Street, 4th floor----------------------
Stuart Basefsky
New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau
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European Trade Union Institute (ETUI)

 

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING [Newsletter]

Issue 10 / 2010 November

http://www.etui.org/research/Publications/Newsletters/Collective-bargaining-newsletter
or
http://www.etui.org/research/content/download/7786/36832/version/1/file/Collective+bargaining+November+2010.pdf

[full-text, 11 pages]

 

CONTENTS when open include the following:

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Austria

Union targets Euro 7.50 minimum wage

Substantial pay rise in metalworking and mining

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Belgium

Unions organise action in asylum service

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Bulgaria

Agreement reached on pension reform

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Croatia

Unions call off general strike

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Czech Republic

Public sector strike planned

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Denmark

Union argues for flat-rate rise

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Finland

Flight attendants on strike

Public sector unions in support of migrant workers

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France

Unions organise joint action on 23 November

Prison officers take action

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Germany

Early pay increases for many metal and electronics workers

Waste employers' offer angers union

Thousands march as unions protest government

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Greece

Strike action continues

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Hungary

Unions to protest against government measures

Pension holders blame suspension of payment transfers

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Ireland

National demonstration over austerity budget and bailout package

Confederation queries government power to reduce wages

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Italy

Confederation calls national demonstration

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Luxembourg

Doctors' and dentists' strike ended

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Malta

Teachers' union calls for strike at College

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Netherlands

Three strike days at TNT Post

Unions finally agree care sector deal

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Poland

Union needed on stadium building site

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Portugal

High level of support for national strike

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Slovakia

Tug-of-war on labour code likely

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Spain

Prison unions demonstrate over working conditions

High Court ruling challenges pay cuts

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Sweden

New rules abused to exploit migrant workers

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Switzerland

Mediation to tackle labour dispute at the ILO

Union and ISS reach agreement and cleaning strike ends

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United Kingdom

Renewed action at London Underground

Workers fear sack for being ill

Cleaners' campaign secures living wage

Dispute over redundancy pay continues



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