Learning Agreement Fdv

Eurispes has signed international cooperation agreements: the industrial relations sector examines decentralised collective bargaining at company and local level, following an approach in line with industrial relations theory: the analysis covers all the relations developed between social actors at the different levels of negotiation. In addition to the traditional issues of bargaining processes (hours, wages, etc.), the sector attaches great importance to the quality of the relationship between workers` representatives and management, but also between workers` representatives and workers, as well as to management and workers. There is a dual method of studying labour relations: a quantitative method through a database that defines all decentralised collective agreements and a qualitative method that aims to understand the new dynamics of labour relations. Particular attention is paid to the impact of technological and organisational changes on labour relations and, more specifically, on worker participation. The quality of decentralised collective bargaining and industrial relations is closely linked to the innovative capacity of enterprises; Innovation processes and collective bargaining play an essential role in workforce management, improving the quality of professional profiles and defining the competition strategy of the regional economic and industrial system. IRES Emilia-Romagna is a social and economic research institute founded in 1982 by the CGIL Trade Union Confederation of Emilia-Romagna. The objective of IRES ER is to carry out, in collaboration with associations, agencies, universities and scientists, economic and social research and documentation activities, empirical analyses, databases and observatories on the economy and collective agreements. – work organisation, lifelong learning and employee participation, – Europeanisation of industrial relations (i.e. the role of EWCs, employee participation in undertakings under the Statute for a European Company, transnational negotiation of agreements at company level, the main AFI-IPL activities are research-oriented, training, promotion and advice in the field of the labour market. – study and research activities on reciprocity and bilateralism in labour relations carried out for the ISL Tuscany. • the analysis and interpretation of the main social, political and cultural dynamics that emerge at the National Center for Studies of the Cisl in Florence retain autonomy, but in full collaboration with the largest Fondazione Tarantelli Centro Studi Ricerca e Formazione. IRES ER has long been interested in international migration processes, as there have been structural processes that have had a significant impact on socio-economic transformations at national and regional levels. .

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