European Works Councils and take-overs in applicant countries

{{{{{EPSU EWC Seminar}} Best Western Parc Hotel - {{Bucharest, Romania}} {{29- January - 1 February 2005}} }}}
Семинар на ЕЗС, организиран от ЕФСКУ, за Европейските заводски комитети и поглъщане на една компания от друга в страните кандидатки Хотел Бест Уестърн Парк - Букурещ, Румъния 29 януари - 1 февруари 2005 год.
Seminář EPSU (European Federation of Public Service Unions, Evropská federace pracovníků veřejných služeb) a EWC (European Works Council - Evropská rada zaměstnanců) o Evropských radách zaměstnanců a převzetí společností v kandidátských zemích Best Western Parc Hotel - Bukurešť, Rumunsko 29. ledna - 1. února 2005
Seminarul EPSU EWC despre comitetele europene de întreprindere şi preluările de companii din ţările candidate Best Western Parc Hotel - Bucureşti, România 29 ianuarie - 1 februarie 2005
{{The seminar is targeted at trade union/ works council representatives working in the following companies: ENEL (Italy, Slovakia, Romania); EON (Germany, Bulgaria); EON-Ruhrgas (Germany, Romania); CEZ (Czech Republic- Bulgaria); EVN (Austria - Bulgaria) Gaz de France (France- Romania)}} The reason for this is that these representatives will be involved in possible European Works Councils. Other representatives are welcome but the project does not allow for reimbursement of their costs. Objectives - Contribute to understanding the creation of a European Works Council (SNB and negotiations); - Understand the operation and functioning of an EWC; - The role of an EWC in take-overs; - Test the relevance of the EPSU take-overs and mergers checklist and relating it to the actual practice; - Explore the relation of the EWC to the European Social Dialogue. The seminar will take place 30 January - 1 February 2005, Bucharest, Romania. (arrival on Saturday 29 January). The seminar will provide workers' representatives of the companies concerned with an opportunity to familiarise themselves with European Works Councils and to meet with colleagues of the mother companies. The training will be carried out by Jean-Claude Le Douaron of the European Trade Union College.

{Languages provided Active (possible to speak and listen): English, Czech, Romanian, Bulgarian, Italian Passive (possible to listen but not to speak): French, German}