Rethinking the role of social dialogue to link welfare and competitiveness

26/03/2014

A free conference next week, 'Going up the high road: rethinking the role of social dialogue to link welfare and competitiveness', features reknowned employment relations experts from across Europe - including Ekaterina Ribarova, Sara Hungler, Davide Dazzi and Francisco Gomez Abelleira - as well as keynote speakers Iacopo Senatori and Ylenia Curzi.

The 2nd international workshop of the International Research Project, co-funded by the European Commission.

Date: Tuesday 1 April
Time: 2-6pm
Location: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus, CB1 1PT
Room: LAB 107

Get expertise from reknowned employment relations experts from across Europe - including Ekaterina Ribarova, Sara Hungler, Davide Dazzi and Francisco Gomez Abelleira - as well as keynote speakers Iacopo Senatori and Ylenia Curzi.

Invited experts will present and discuss:

  • innovative experiments in firm-level, sectoral and regional bargaining that advance both firm competitiveness and worker well-being
  • evolving frameworks of national and EU-level regulation encouraging such bargaining.

The event will be open to the public and of great interest to professionals such as:

  • large employers from both the public and private sector with unionised workforces including British multinationals with unionised workforces in other EU member states
  • representatives of employer associations and sectoral or territorially-based business associations
  • government officials involved in labour market regulation, economic development and employability
  • union officials.

Book now at http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/faculties/aibs/news/events.html

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Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University

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