(May 2017) The revised labour code has been a major issue of debate in Lithuania for the last three years. The ETUI research organisation has just published a an update on this and other labour market, industral relations and pensions developments in the country. This is part of the ETUI's Reform Watch website covering all EU Member States.
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(September 2016) Trade unions are moblising on 10 September in their continuing campaign against the proposed new Labour Code. The President blocked the code over the summer and EPSU has sent a message of protest to the Lithuanian government arguing that the Code will do nothing for the economy and only create more precarious working conditions, particularly for young workers. Read more at LPPFS (LT).
(8 September 2016) Unions in Lithuania are continuing their campaign against the new Labour Code. They have organised another protest on 10 September and in the mean time EPSU has sent a letter of protest to the Prime Minister, members of the government and MPs. Over the summer the new Code was
(30 June 2016) Young workers and trade unions are protesting against the changes in the Lithuanian Labour Code. The government introduced these changes to weaken the postion of trade unions. The changes also impact negatively on workers’ protection. Workers can be more easily dismissed. And it will