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12/08/2019

Brochure

A brochure is an informative paper document about the project. 

Project action:

Worker participation in GIG economy – long term scenarios for automotive sector

Name of beneficiary:

Federacja Związków Zawodowych METALOWCY - Poland

 

Co-Applicants involved in the action:

  • Republiková únia zamestnávateľov – Slovakia
  • Samostalni sindikat metalaca Srbije – Serbia
  • Confederazione Generale dei Sindacati Autonomi dei Lavoratori – Italy
  • Panepistimio Thessalias/ University of Thessaly – Greece

Associate Organisations:

  • General Confederation of Liberal Trade Unions of Belgium - Belgium
  • IndustriAll European Trade Union - Belgium
  • Serbian association of employers - Serbia
  • Asociación Industrial Técnica y de Comercio- Spain
  • Federação Intersindical das Indústrias Metalúrgicas, Químicas, Eléctricas, Farmacêutica,Celulose, Papel, Gráfica, Imprensa, Energia e Minas - CGTP-IN - Portugal
  • Comisiones Obreras de Industria - Spain
  • Independent Christian Trade Unions of Slovakia - Slovakia
  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Powertrain Poland Sp. z o.o. – Poland

 

Action duration: 18 months, 01.02.2019 - 30.07.2020

 

Key activities:

  • Steering committee I in Poland
  • Workshops I in Serbia
  • Workshops II in Spain
  • Workshops III (follow - up workshops) in Brussels

Key objective:

The key objective of the project is increased workers’ influence on the strategic decisions taken within MNCs of automotive sector, achieved till the completion of the project through improved knowledge, cooperative abilities and joint action plan.

Key results:

- report “GIG economy –the influence on workers’ participation” presenting the findings from the analysis done in 6 EU Member States and 1 Candidate country and including 3 scenarios for development of worker.

– participation and recommendations for workers’ representatives addressing each of the elaborated scenarios.

-a package of open education resources prepared in 8 languages.

-increased capacity of social partners to exercise their rights and duties as regards employee involvement and effective implementation of EU acts in the area of Information and Consultation of Workers.

-improved cooperative abilities of workers and employers.

 

 

 

THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY LIES WITH THE AUTHOR. THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY USE THAT MAY BE MADE OF THE INFORMATION CONTAINED THEREIN

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