Exemples de régulations ayant un impact sur le droit syndical

 

Australie: Les nouvelles lois engendreront une exploitation sans précédent des travailleurs
Confédération internationale des syndicats libres (CISL), 27 mai 2005

Satisfaction des syndicats face à la percée des droits des travailleurs à la Banque mondiale
Confédération internationale des syndicats libres (CISL), 23 septembre 2003

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Article
12 May 2015
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Auteur: BBC

Newly appointed Business Secretary Sajid Javid has said there will be "significant changes" to strike laws under the new Conservative government. A strike affecting essential public services will need the backing of 40% of eligible union members under...

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5 May 2013
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Auteur: Arun Devnath & Pratish Narayanan, Bloomberg

Bangladesh’s government, workers, employers and the International Labour Organization agreed to a plan to improve employee rights and safety after more than 600 people were killed in a factory building collapse...The ILO proposals, which include better...

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27 June 2012
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Auteur: Sławomir Paruch & Roch Pałubicki, of Soltysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has provided the Polish government with recommendations that it change the legislation concerning employees' freedom of association…the national commission of Solidarity, the Polish independent self-governing...

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3 June 2012
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Auteur: Gulf News

Some 400 Omani workers, who were dismissed for their role in a strike that threatened to cripple the sultanate’s oil industry last week, were reinstated on the intervention of the country’s elected Shura Council...the private firms agreed to take back...

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18 April 2012
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Auteur: Souhail Karam, Reuters

The planned legislation would force unions to hold direct talks with employers before being able to call a strike and could impose fines on employees who strike unlawfully. But it faces stiff opposition from the country's trade unions...Samira Kinani,...

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10 March 2012
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Auteur: Associated Press

A new law in Myanmar giving workers the right to form unions and stage strikes has come into effect…The law allows workers to form unions with a minimum of 30 members and stage a strike if they give 14 days’ notice and provide details such as how long...

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4 February 2012
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Auteur: Economist

Until recently…[Indiana’s Republican governor] Mr Daniels had resisted calls to make Indiana what is known as a “right-to-work” (RTW) state. RTW legislation allows employees to decide whether to financially support a union. Without such laws unions can...

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21 December 2011
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Auteur: Matthew Huisman, Blog of Legal Times [USA]

The U.S. National Labor Relations Board has adopted a rule change that would streamline union-forming elections and delay the appeals process. In response, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed a lawsuit...to halt the rule...Supporters of the new rule say...

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18 November 2011
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Auteur: David Boyle, Phnom Penh Post [Cambodia]

A new draft of the trade-union law included “huge changes” that removed all major controversial aspects of the legislation…Dave Welsh, country director for the American Centre for International Labour Solidarity, said the Ministry of Labour was to be...

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7 November 2011
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Auteur: Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)

The rights of Fijian workers have deteriorated further following the start of a draconian decree that effectively bans collective bargaining. ACTU President Ged Kearney said...“Australian unions are increasingly concerned at what appears to be a...

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