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10 p, 311.3 KB Outsourcing in the Netherlands : challenges to traditional sector boundaries / Payton, Noëlle ; Keune, Maarten ; RECOVER project – Relaunching Collective Bargaining Coverage in Outsourced Services ; Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS)
Outsourcing in itself does not need to be problematic for collective bargaining coverage. Transportation of goods, for example, is a service that has a long history of being outsourced, but also has a sectoral collective bargaining agreement (CBA) that is habitually extended to cover the entire sector. [...]
2018 (RECOVER Policy Papers)  
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10 p, 334.6 KB Who overcomes collective bargaining? : outsourcing practices and regulation in Spain / Godino, Alejandro ; Molina Romo, Óscar ; Centre d'Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball (QUIT) ; RECOVER project – Relaunching Collective Bargaining Coverage in Outsourced Services
The outsourcing is a growing process in Spain since the 90s with the beginning of the privatization of the public sector and the decentralization of production and services in the private sector. Nowadays, the 30% of Spanish companies are involved in outsourcing processes (European Company Survey, 2013). [...]
2018 (RECOVER Policy Papers)  
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10 p, 359.0 KB Cheap is cheap, no matter what they say. Collective bargaining and working conditions in outsourced services in Poland / Czarzasty, Jan ; Owczarek, Dominik ; RECOVER project – Relaunching Collective Bargaining Coverage in Outsourced Services ; Institute of Public Affairs
Outsourcing services in Poland has been following the general trend in global economy and experienced dynamic development in the recent decade. According to the estimations currently there are over 700 Shared Services Centre (SSC) and Business Process Outsourcing (PBO) employing over 200 thousand employees in Poland. [...]
2018 (RECOVER Policy Papers)  
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8 p, 282.3 KB Outsourcing and collective bargaining in the UK / Brandl, Bernd ; Anne Kildunne ; RECOVER project – Relaunching Collective Bargaining Coverage in Outsourced Services ; Durham University
In the United Kingdom (UK) outsourcing is traditionally very common both in the private and public sector and protection for outsourced workers by a collective agreement is generally weak. One reason for this is the “liberal” nature of the British industrial relations system which facilitates outsourcing because it is usually based on voluntary collective bargaining between trade unions and management at the company level. [...]
2018 (RECOVER Policy Papers)  
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10 p, 492.8 KB Outsourcing of services and collective bargaining coverage in Italy / Pedaci, Marcello ; Braga, Adolfo ; Guarascio, Carmela ; Universita' degli Studi di Teramo ; RECOVER project – Relaunching Collective Bargaining Coverage in Outsourced Services
Collective bargaining coverage is a key aspect of industrial relations systems; it significantly affects the degree of workers’ protection and earnings disparities (and more generally working conditions disparities); its developments influence tendencies of labour market dualisation and socio-economic inequality. [...]
2018 (RECOVER Policy Papers)  
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10 p, 327.0 KB Outsourcing dynamics and regulatory framework in France / Rodríguez, Joan (Rodríguez Soler) (Centre d'Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball (QUIT)) ; RECOVER project – Relaunching Collective Bargaining Coverage in Outsourced Services ; Centre d'Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball (QUIT)
France is a country with a high level of coverage of workers. The National Collective Agreements protect the majority of workers, despite the fact that in recent years, the collective agreement has lost weight in detriment of the company level agreement. [...]
2018 (RECOVER Policy Papers)  

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