18.04.2019

The 2018 Annual Reviews of Labour Relations and Social Dialogue for 19 countries in Central Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe

These Annual Reviews provide an analysis of notable developments in the wider field of labour relations for 19 countries.

Important data about collective bargaining, the system of (tripartite) social dialogue, social and economic indicators as well as numbers of national trade unions and employers’ organizations for each country are gathered in the respective annexes. For 2018, some of the dominant topics in the region were the shortage of qualified workers, an increase in precarious working conditions, as well as widespread dissatisfaction in most countries about the state of tripartite social dialogue.

Related Files:

Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Albania 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Baltics 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Bulgaria 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Croatia 20178
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Czech Republic 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Hungary 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Kosovo 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Macedonia 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Moldova 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Montenegro 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Poland 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Romania 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Serbia 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Slovakia 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Slovenia 2018
Annual review of labour relations and social dialogue: Turkey 2018

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