Agreements and disagreements in the transnational dimension of representation
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The essay focuses on the relationship between the different forms
of workers' representation in transnational companies, taking the negotiation of European Framework Agreements as a privileged point of observation. The analysis highlights the consequences of this complex relationship in terms of both political impacts and legal effects of the agreements. It continues by investigating the possible solutions fostered by the recast of the Ewc directive 2009/38/Ec, by the several proposals for an optional framework of rules for transnational negotiation and by the internal procedure for negotiation adopted by IndustriAll.