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IR Share is a provider that shares information, documentation and expertise for HR managers and employee representatives. The IR Share website offers a single point of access to questions concerning labour law and industrial relations in Europe and the world. The IRshare agency operates by way of online publications, working groups, training devoted to relevant topics and a network of experts.
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ETUI: Can Anybody Hear Us?

An overview of the 2018 survey of EWC and SEWC representatives

These and many more questions are answered in this new ETUI publication titled: “Can Anybody Hear Us? An overview of the 2018 survey of EWC and SEWC representatives”. The publication is based on…

The whole IR Notes team is delighted to welcome our new subscribers!

Just over one hundred new subscribers signed up to IR Notes in 2019.

In 2019, several European Works Councils took out a subscription to IR Notes, including Korian, Groupama, Transdev, Nexans and FnacDarty. So too, did several industrial relations departments of…

European Industrial Relations Dictionary

In association with ASTREES, IR Share produced a number of new entries in the European Industrial Relations Dictionary published on line by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.

We either updated or created the following entries in the European Industrial Relations Dictionary: Annual leave, Information and Consultation, Discrimination on the ground of belief, European…

EWC 4.0: the role of European Works Councils in the digitalisation era

ASTREES and IR Share led a project aimed at developing the role and added value of European Works Councils and SE Works Councils with regard to the effects of the digitalisation process currently under way within multinational groups.

The EWC 4.0 project, supported by the European Commission and CEC European Managers (a confederation representing executives and managerial staff in Europe), was based on the premise that progress…

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