ETUC agrees collective bargaining resolution

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At its October Executive Committee the ETUC agreed a new resolution on collective bargaining which addresses in particular the challenges posed by economic governance. A key element of the resolution is the rejection of intervention by the European institutions into national industrial relations. The resolution also sets out a new approach to coordination and the annex to the resolution explains in detail the toolkits that the ETUC's collective bargaining committee has discussed which establish a framework for coordination around the European Semester - the annual process that begins with the Annual Growth Survey and leads through the National Reform Programmes and Country Specific Recommendations.

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