Post-crisis social dialogue in Spain : the calm after the storm
Molina Romo, Óscar (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Miguélez, Fausto (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Fecha: 2016
Resumen: This study examines the challenges facing tripartite social dialogue in Spain and its potential for revitalization following the timid steps taken by successive governments and the social partners. The authors contrast this situation to the resilience of bipartite social dialogue between trade unions and employer organizations, and the positive contribution it made to coordinating collective bargaining through this difficult economic and political period. The report highlights a number of good practices in seeking to re-launch tripartite social dialogue, including a 2014 Declaration of Intent signed by trade unions, employers’ organizations and the government, and a pact on employment activation policies for the long-term unemployed. These achievements are promising, although additional efforts are needed to fully revitalize social dialogue and contribute to a stronger economic and labour market recovery. The paper considers also the role of social dialogue in key policy issues such as labour market and pension reforms, and the formulation and implementation of National Reform Programmes in the context of the European Semester.
Derechos: Tots els drets reservats
Lengua: Anglès.
Colección: ILO - Governance and Tripartism working paper series
Documento: workingPaper
Materia: Collective bargaining ; Social dialogue ; Economic recession ; Economic recovery
ISBN: 9789221310150

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