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|Título:||Collective bargaining in Portugal: dynamic research and empirical results|
|Resumo:||From the conduct of this research work was intended to examine and reconstruct the processes of collective bargaining in Portugal, as well as changes that have occurred over the past few years - due to the changes that have happened in terms of professional relationships - which seem to reflect the changes occurring in terms of weight that some sectors have gained. Search also verify if the business models adopted have influenced the results or strategies that mobilize actors end up being more decisive than these models for content resulting from the negotiation. Collective bargaining as empirical object has a set of dimensions associated with him and that were analysed throughout this investigation. Firstly we consider the regulatory role that has since established a set of rules and principles for certain professional groups or sectors. The interview was one of the instruments used to collect information to support and realize the deeper aspects, and the target in this case were the key actors who play the central role in these processes and that sometimes may not be present or actors who have been present in particular situations during these processes, where the need for negotiation or process characteristics of the negotiators themselves have justified. The sectors that have served the purpose of this investigation were determined using three criteria: the contribution of each sector in total employment, the sector's exposure to international competition (competitive sectors, sectors sensitive) and organizational and technological modernization that these sectors have conducted or are conducting.|
|Descrição:||Comunicação apresentada na 11th ESA conference "Crisis, Critique and Change", 28-31 agosto 2013, Turim, Itália|
|Aparece nas colecções:||IPS - ESCE - DCOGRH - Comunicações em congressos|
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