20 NOV 2020

Individual and collective labour Dispute Settlement Systems – A comparative review

Individual and collective labour Dispute Settlement Systems – A comparative review

SUMMARY

The report “Individual and collective labour dispute settlement systems – A comparative review” by Dr Aristea Koukiadaki is published as Volume II in a series of three reports which were developed in the framework of the EU ILO project on “Supporting the implementation of the roadmap on tackling undeclared work in Greece”. The series of reports read as follows:

  • “Policy recommendations on “Individual and Collective Labour Dispute Settlement Systems” and on “Facilities for trade union officials and members to exercise their rights” (Volume I);
  • Individual and collective labour dispute settlement systems – A comparative review” (by Dr Aristea Koukiadaki) (Volume II);
  • ”Facilities for trade union officials and members to exercise their rights – A comparative review” (by Prof. Filip Dorssemont) (Volume III).

The present report investigates specific individual and collective labour dispute resolution practices and institutions in a selected sample of countries. These include the following: Australia, Belgium, France, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom (UK). The countries were selected to reflect broadly different legal and industrial relations systems with diverse forms and traditions of dispute resolution. The analysis sets out the features of the individual and collective labour disputes resolution processes and shed light on these with a view to identifying good practices, where possible, and addressing some of the issues that stem from the evolving labour relations framework in Greece.

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