EWC Newsletter 2010 nr 3
Welcome to the electronic newsletter of the EWC Service of FNVFormaat. With this newsletter the EWC Service will update you on recent developments concerning European Works Councils. We hope you will enjoy reading this newsletter. We wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year.
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TNT senior management agrees code of conduct with EWC.
After lively negotiations, the TNT European Works Council has agreed a code of conduct with the Board of Management. Read on
Heineken EWC trained in negotiation skills.
With support from the EU, the Heineken EWC is following a communication and negotiation skills course. Read on
British law adapted to the new EWC directive
Great Britain is the second EU member state to have adapted its own legislation to the new EWC directive. Read on
Haste does not mean speed in all cases.
Is your employer suddenly pressurising you to reach a (new) EWC agreement? If so, make sure there are no hidden catches. Read on
American firm RR Donnelley blazes ahead with the new directive.
One of the companies that has reached an early agreement on the new EWC legislation is the American firm RR Donnelley. Read on
Kimberly-Clark reaches agreements on world-wide consultation
On 26 October, Kimberly-Clark signed an agreement in Atlanta (USA) on regular consultation with the 'KC Network'. Read on
Danone 'World-wide Works Council' requests adaptations at Numico.
Numico EWC absorbed into a world-wide consultation platform at parent group Danone. Read on
EWC chair of GM Europe explains his methods.
The European works council of GM Europe has been devoting efforts for some time for state support. Read on
Opel Antwerp fights to the bitter end.
The new prosperity of GM has not done anything to alter the decision to close the Antwerp operation. Read on
Still little EWC influence on the CSR policy of energy companies.
Energy companies are currently among the largest multinationals in the world. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for these companies, on which millions of people are dependent, should be a matter-of-course. Read on
The European Public Company (SE): improvement, threat or UFO?
In 2004 the EU created a new legal form for companies, the European Public Company or SE. Read on
Two specialised books about European works councils have been published recently. Read on
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