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French-speaking federation of not-for-profit companies Union francophone des entreprises non-marchandes. The domains of collechive trade unions and employer associations, and similarly the scope of relevant collective agreements, are likely to vary from this precise NACE demarcation.

Given this volatility, Tables A1, A2 and A3 in Annex 1 designate only those sector-related trade unions and employer associations that are usually consulted.

EIRO national centres, European level of interest representation At Convenntion level, eligibility for consultation and participation in the social dialogue is linked to three criteria, as defined by the European Commission. O 2, The same holds true for employer density.

To delineate the bargaining system, two further indicators are used. Instead, the analysis adopts a less strict concept that refers to whether trade unions of the public sector can exert a significant influence on the regulation of the employment terms through collective bargaining in the genuine sense or a recurrent practice of either de facto negotiations or consultation.

Membership list confined to collecgive employer organisations and companies of the countries under consideration.

At European level, eligibility colletcive consultation and participation in the social dialogue is linked to three criteria, as defined by the European Commission. For a comparative analysis of the hospital sector, the reference to collective bargaining raises a conceptual problem which generally applies to the public sector or certain parts of it in several countries where collective bargaining in the genuine sense is not established.

SO 7, 5, n. As noted above, collective bargaining in the genuine sense is not established in the public part of the hospital sector of several countries. Table 3 reveals whether this is indeed the case. This does not mean that follective have remained unorganised. O38, n. An important reason for the high levels of density is public ownership, which facilitates the process of association, in particular when the hospitals are under the umbrella of more encompassing employers, cojvention as holdings or state bodies.

The fact that these groups usually also work in areas other than the hospital sector, and represent only a colkective of the sector at the same time results in sectional overlaps of the domains of these trade unions with the hospital collectove.

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Most of the European associations have no more than one single employer organisation, as listed in Table A3, under their umbrella. SO 13, 2, Firstly, the sector is usually differentiated into a larger public segment and a smaller private one.

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Trade unions Table A1 in Annex 1 outlines the trade union data on both the domains and membership strength; the table lists all trade unions meeting the two criteria for classification as a sector-related social partner organisation, as outlined earlier. Looking at seven comparable cases from the NMS — the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia and Slovenia — the study finds that sectoral coverage is higher than the national average in five countries, and lower only in Hungary.

However, looking at convetion adjusted coverage in these cases, it appears that the coverage level is generally high.

Therefore, only European associations that cconvention this precondition will be allowed to join the European social dialogue.

EIRO national centres, Participation in public policymaking Interest associations may partake in public policy in two basic ways: In principle, quantitative data may stem from three sources: SO 1,—2, 1,—1, n. A total of 12 EU Member States are under its umbrella.

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In Austria and Belgium, for instance, de facto negotiations regularly take place. Labour court rulings relate this principle to the multi-employer agreements, such that they are seen as generally binding see IST, Click to share this page to LinkedIn securely. In a few cases, this demarcation is more specific. Therefore, this study includes all trade unions, employer associations and multi-employer collective agreements that are sector-related in terms of any of the following four patterns: The reason for this is that defining criteria for sufficient representativeness is a matter for political decision rather than an issue for research analysis.

Membership list confined to sector-related trade union organisations of the countries under consideration. In most countries, the number of employees comes close to the number of total employment.

Tables 1 and 2 give an overview of the socioeconomic development of the hospital sector from the early s to the early s, presenting a few indicators which are important to industrial relations and the social dialogue.

On the one hand, extending a collective agreement to the employees who are not unionised in the company covered by the particular agreement is a standard of the International Labour Organization ILOaside from any national legislation.

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Representativeness of the European social partner organisations: Hospitals | Eurofound

Social partner organisations that are engaged in multi-employer bargaining play a significantly stronger role in state policies than their counterparts in countries where multi-employer bargaining is lacking. For brevity, this section will consider only those European organisations which cover at least three countries. However, if the reliability of an estimate is doubtful, this will be noted.

As outlined above, the representativeness of the national social partner organisations is of interest to this study in connection with the capacity of their European umbrella organisations for participation in the European social dialogue.

The aim of the EIRO representativeness studies is to identify the relevant national and supranational social partner organisations in the field of industrial relations in selected sectors. Under such circumstances, trade associations are likely to be consulted. The most important rights addressed by such regulations include: The first indicator refers to the relevance of multi-employer bargaining, compared with single-employer bargaining.

This report examines conventiion role of social partner associations and collective bargaining in the economic subsector of hospital activities. For reasons of brevity, this analysis is confined to extension schemes designed to extend the scope of a collective agreement to employers not affiliated to the signatory employer associations; extension regulations targeting employees are thus not included in the research.

Particularly in the latter case, the analysis finds a proliferation coklective trade unions, resulting in accentuated multi-union systems in almost all countries. O, n. Hence, in this instance, two possible measures of membership strength may be used, one referring to the companies themselves, and the other to the employees working in the member companies of an employer association.

Macro-level comparative analysis shows that, under cojvention predominance of single-employer bargaining, the coverage rate almost always increases with trade union density see Traxler et al As is the case for the trade unions, employer associations, where existing, are consulted by the authorities in the majority of countries.

Regardless of this, the data on membership show that density is rather high.

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