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Workplace Representation

Workplace level representation in Slovenia is provided by both the union in the workplace and the works council. Both have information and consultation rights, although the works council’s are more extensive, while only the union can undertake collective bargaining.

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Key Facts

Population2,055,496
Collective Bargaining Coverage 90%
Proportion of Employees in Unions 27%
Principal Level of Collective Bargaining

industry

Workplace Representation

union and works council

Board-level Representation

yes: state-owned and private companies

Company Board Structure

monistic or dualistic (choice)

Sources: see individual country sections; where a range of figures has been quoted, the lower number has been taken

What is the difference between a German- and a French-type EWC?

Are EWC members entitled to training?

What are the so-called ‘Article 13 Agreements’, 'Art. 14' and ‘Article 6 Agreements’?

Does the law on European Works Councils provide for any substructures (for example, working groups) within the EWC itself?

 Cyprus*

How often should an EWC meet?

How can the frequency of EWC meetings be increased?

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