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Chemical industries

Workers’

representatives

European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers' Federation (EMCEF) (1996) (now IndustriAll - European Trade Union)

Employers’

representatives

European Chemical Employers Group (ECEG) (2002)

Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee (SSDC)

Informal working group:

 

SSDC:

2004

Internal Rules:

14 December 2004

Work Programme:

2005 – 2006 – 2007 - 2008

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Not affiliated to a particular party, the ÖGB nevertheless has strong political ties through its system of political groupings.

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General overview of sector

The European chemical industry is the second largest industrial sector in the EU (after the automotive sector) and the world’s number-one market. It employs two million workers directly and generates a huge number of subcontractors and indirect jobs.

Document Germany
Appointment by the existing structures in the following order of priority: group committee, central works council (Zentralbetriebsrat), works council (Betriebsrat), or works committee (Betriebsauschuss). Document Greece
Election in the following order of priority: by the trade union organisations, in their absence by the works council, or failing that by the workers. Document Hungary

Commerce

Workers’

representatives

UNI-Europa Commerce (formerly Euro-FIET) (2000)

http://www.uniglobalunion.org/Apps/iportal.nsf/pages/sec_20081016_gbguEn

Employers’

representatives

EuroCommerce (1993)

www.eurocommerce.be

Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee (SSDC)

Informal working group:

1985

SSDC:

November 1998

Internal Rules:

30 November 1998

Work Programme:

2006-2007-2008-2009

Appointed in order of priority: by all the central works council (or councils jointly if there is more than one), by the works council(s) or, if there are no works councils, directly elected by the workforce.
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