Ireland’s social dialogue in outline

Karolina Kichewko

Abstrakt


Irlandzki dialog społeczny w zarysie. Dialog społeczny, który może być postrzegany jako proces, który „włącza wszelkie typy negocjacji, konsultacji i wymiany informacji pomiędzy lub pośród przedstawicielami rządów, pracodawców i pracowników poświęcone zagadnieniom wspólnego interesu” funkcjonuje na szerszej arenie stosunków przemysłowych. Jeśli weźmiemy pod uwagę fakt, że w tym obszarze funkcjonują bardzo dynamiczne zjawiska, będziemy musieli zgłębić takie zagadnienia jak np. prawne, organizacyjne ramy dla dialogu społecznego, jego aktorów (włączając najważniejszych partnerów społecznych) lub tendencje w tym obszarze. Toteż głównym celem artykułu jest prezentacja tych wybranych zagadnień w kontekście irlandzkiego dialogu społecznego.

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partnerzy społeczni; dialog społeczny; pakt społeczny; związki zawodowe; organizacje pracodawców

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