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Multinational companies and collective bargaining
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Data on collective bargaining coverage in MNCs are only available for a few countries, where specific surveys have been conducted. For instance, in the UK, the 2004 WERS survey found that collective bargaining coverage in foreign-owned companies, at 32%, was higher than the coverage in the private sector, at 23%. A survey of MNCs in 2006 found a similar figure (29%). A parallel 2006 survey of MNCs in Ireland estimated collective bargaining coverage to be at 47%, also higher than the private sector average. In addition, EIRO national centres provided expert estimates of whether coverage is higher ...
Multinational companies (MNCs) are significant employers across Europe, with corresponding influence in national collective bargaining systems. The international organisation and management structures of MNCs and their capacity to move production and jobs across borders have implications for the structure, agenda and outcomes of collective bargaining. This study finds that under multi-employer bargaining arrangements, MNCs have been a major source of pressure for decentralisation, giving greater scope for company negotiation. In relation to single-employer bargaining, MNCs often set ... Read More
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