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Financial Participation

Employee financial participation is not considered an important issue on the trade union agenda, but trade unions seem to be supportive in individual cases.

Romanian trade unions support workers’ financial participation in individual cases.1 Employers and trade unions have undertaken – as part of a collective agreement covering the period 2007–2010 – to exchange data on changes in the ownership status of companies and to uphold the participation of employee associations during the privatisation process.2

Wilke, Maack and Partner (2014) Country reports on Financial Participation in Europe. Prepared for www.worker-participation.eu. Reports first published in 2007 and fully updated in 2014.