Personnel representatives, portugal
this power point deals with the main personnel representatives of Portugal.
It first explains what is a personnel representative, the, explains the way to elect them, their missions, duties, their means and finally the status they have.........................;
[...] Election at least every 4 years. Election must be supported by at least 100 people or 20% of the workforce. Elections should be democratic & commission should be representative.
[...] Image: Sous-titre 2 MAIN PERSONNEL REPRESENTATIVES OF PORTUGAL
[...] Ensure that existing collective agreements are properly applied. Negotiate new collective agreements at company level. Entitled to information & consultation on the situation, structure & probable development of employment. Right to call employees meeting with 48 hours notice. This wording is in line with the EU framework directive on information and consultation (2002/14/EC). In addition, in areas, such as working time, training and temporary close-downs, the trade union delegates should be informed and consulted, if there is no works council. [...]
[...] special restrictions on transfer to a different place of work Workers' commissions members are protected by constitutional law. Their competences and procedures are regulated in the Labour Code. Safety, hygiene and health representatives are not covered by any specific legislation. Similar protection to Workers' commission members. [...]
[...] The General Workers' Union (União Geral de Trabalhadores, UGT) views EWCs as an innovation that will increase the Europeanisation of labour relations.]
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