Trade unions and labor legislation in Bulgaria, 1878-1953. by L. A. D. Dellin

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  • Bulgaria.

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  • Labor unions -- Bulgaria.,
  • Labor laws and legislation -- Bulgaria.

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SeriesMid-European Studies Center of the National Committee for a Free Europe. Mimeographed series,, no. 7
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LC ClassificationsHD6782 .D4
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Pagination30 l.
Number of Pages30
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Open LibraryOL6156418M
LC Control Number54010407
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Author of Trade unions and labor legislation in Bulgaria,Reforms in the Soviet and Eastern European economics, Reforms in the Soviet and Eastern European economies, Bulgaria. Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this monograph on Bulgaria not only 1878-1953.

book and analyses the legal aspects of labour relations, but also examines labour relations practices and developing provides a survey of the subject that is both usefully brief and sufficiently detailed to answer most questions likely to arise in any pertinent legal.

Trade unions and labor legislation in Bulgaria, L. Dellin Not in Library. Abstract In this chapter, we examine the labor relations through the role of trade unions, collective bargaining, wages and benefits across the European Union.

We conclude that labor relations. Figures from the unions themselves suggest there are aroundtotrade unionists in Bulgaria. The latest official census of trade unions, undertaken inproduces a union density figure of %, although this does not include trade unionists outside the two main union confederations, and assumes that all trade unionist are employees.

In Bulgaria, we have many trade union organizations. The labor code defines the criteria for trade union representativeness at national, branch, and sectoral levels. According to this labor code, only Podkrepa and CITUB are national representatives of workers. Other trade union organizations are present only at the enterprise level.

Around 15% to 17% of Bulgaria’s employees are union members. There are two main union confederations. The larger of the two is KNSB (known in English as CITUB), which emerged from the reformed official trade union movement of the communist period, while Podkrepa came out of the opposition movement.

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In book: Trade Unions on YouTube (pp) Although trade union revitalization processes have been thoroughly examined by industrial relations scholars, less is known about the implications. History Foundation and Heritage. The CITUB considers itself to be the "inheritor of a year history of the labour movement" in the country.

In its modern form, CITUB was formed as a result of a reorganization of the Socialist era Central Council of Trade Unions (CCTU) during an extraordinary congress in February The CCTU itself was founded in as a replacement for the Tsarist. In this chapter, we examine the labor relations through the role of trade unions, collective bargaining, wages and benefits across the European Union.

We conclude that labor relations have a direct influence on the labor market, designing the lines for taking decisions in organizations, but also, by governments. Our argumentation explains the relationship between employers and employees. With over million workers in the European Union, EU labour law rights benefit large numbers of citizens directly and have a positive impact on one of the most important and tangible areas of their daily lives.

EU labour law also benefits employers and society as a whole by. In the Republic of Bulgaria, public policy on safety and health at work comes under the Council of Ministers.

The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy develops, coordinates and implements public policy on safety and health at work. The Ministry of Health manages and coordinates activities for the protection and promotion of health at work. European Labor Unions provides a picture of the evolution of trade unionism in Europe.

It includes 31 national chapters representing all European countries at the time the book was planned inwith the exceptiuon of Andorra, Liechtenstein, and Monaco, but including such countries as Turkey, Iceland, and Yugoslavia. Additionally, there is a chapter on European regional organizations.

Elevator pitch. The micro- and macroeconomic effects of the declining power of trade unions have been hotly debated by economists and policymakers, although the empirical evidence does little to suggest that the impact of union decline on economic aggregates and. The Red International of Labor Unions (RILU) (Russian: Красный интернационал профсоюзов—Krasnyi internatsional profsoyuzov), commonly known as the Profintern, was an international body established by the Communist International with the aim of coordinating Communist activities within trade ly established inthe Profintern was intended to act.

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In Bulgaria the government revived the law and issued three extension orders in but it did not stop the decline in sectoral bargaining in manufacturing. It is unclear whether the lowering of the representation threshold for trade unions in has had any effect.

Maximum validity of agreements and ‘after effects’ of expired. A book on the history of the People's Republic of Bulgaria and their application to the United Nations Topics: United Nations, United Nations, Diplomatic relations World communism in the 20th century 67 A trade union (or a labor union in American English), often simply called a union, is an organization of workers who have come together to achieve many common goals, such as protecting the integrity of their trade, improving safety standards, and attaining better wages, benefits (such as vacation, health care, and retirement), and working conditions through the increased bargaining power.

Until the s trade unions were at a severe disadvantage with management, mainly because few laws recognized the right of workers to organize. With the passage of the National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act) of (29 U.S.C.A.

§ et seq.), the right of employees to form, join, or aid labor unions was recognized by the federal government. May 2, Nazis seize control of trade unions Storm Troopers (SA) and police occupy the offices of trade unions. Trade union officials and activists are terrorized.

The trade unions' records are impounded and their assets seized. The unions are forcibly merged with the Nazi organization, the German Labor Front. The Agreement between the Company and IATUO is a major commitment of the Company that establishes mutual social and labor obligations of the Company and its employees with regard to labor relations, working hours and time off work, remuneration of labor, health care and safety, social benefits and guarantees, youth outreach, and defines the guaranteed rights enjoyed by the trade union.

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Trade unions in Germany have a history reaching back to the German revolution inand still play an important role in the German economy and society. The most important labor organization is the German Confederation of Trade Unions (Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund, or DGB), which is the umbrella association of eight single trade unions for individual economic sectors, representing more than.

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT DESK BOOK. BULGARIA Penkov, Markov & Partners. CONTACT INFORMATION. Lilia Banakieva. consultations with representatives of trade union organisations and with representatives of the Employment law thoroughly regulates all.

Labor relations in Brazil are governed by the Consolidated Labor Laws and numerous complementary laws and regulations. The constitution contains several labor provisions. Among other things, it legalizes unions, collective bargaining, and the right to strike in both the public and private sectors.

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Bulgaria has two large trade union confederations represented at the national level, the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria (CITUB) and the Confederation of Labor Podkrepa (Support). CITUB, the larger of the two, has an estimated membership of aboutLegislation, Collective Bargaining and Enforcement Updating the OECD Employment Protection Indicators This paper presents updated estimates of the OECD employment protection indicators for 30 OECD countries and 10 emerging economies and considers important aspects of employment protection other than those provided in legislation.

In the Netherlands, it is the employer and employees within a company who have primary responsibility for occupational health and safety policy. They are required to reach agreement on working conditions and are supported by trade unions and the trade association for the sector in drafting appropriate occupational health and safety measures.

A new feature in health and safety in the. The book offers an overview of trade union rights in each of seven industrial countries: Belgium, Hungary, England, Germany, France, the Netherlands and the United States.

A concluding chapter by Manfred Weiss (whose 70th birthday was honoured at the conference) notes the futility of a ‘harmonization’ approach, stressing rather a strategy. Gabones Trade Union Confederation or GOSYGA [Martin ALLINI] (affiliated with the International Union Confederation) National Convention of Trade Unions in the education sector or CONASYSED (banned by the governemnt in early ) Gambia, The: The Association of Non-Governmental Organizations or TANGO Female Lawyers Association of Gambia or FLAG.

Cyprus Workers' Confederation (SEK) signed on Monday an agreement with Bulgarian trade unions CITUB and PODKREPA, with an aim to assist Bulgarians working in Cyprus. SEK Secretary-General Nikos Moiseos said that that the agreement comes at a time of economic development in Europe, owing to the coexistence and labor of millions of immigrants of.

The book contends that governments used a combination of administrative and judicial action, legislation, and a narrative of crisis to construct new forms of labor relations.

Understanding the demise of the unions requires a reinterpretation of how these earlier systems were constructed, and the role of the British government in that process. Labor & Politics in Hungary: Toward a Left Alternative.

Against the Current, No. 30, January/February. John Barzman interviews Tamas Krausz. HUNGARY IS OFTEN presented in the Western media as the East European country the furthest on the road to capitalism.

The following interview, which examines only Hungary, suggests there is still a long. Labor unions play an important role as one of the "social partners" under 1. See generally Larry S. Bush, Collective Labor Disputes in Post-Ceau~escu Romania, 26 CORNELL INT'L Lj.

() (discussing trade union activity in Romania from December ). See id. at 3. No reliable figures exist on trade union density. This book examines the complex roles and evolving strategies of trade unions during fifteen years of economic and social transition.

It explores what strategies and policies unions in this region. News Related to International Trade in Bulgaria. Bulgaria environment minister charged over water crisis, resigns post - Bulgarian prosecutors charged Environment Minister Neno Dimov on Friday with deliberate mismanagement over severe water restrictions faced by nearlypeople for about two months in a region of western Bulgaria.

Trade Union Publications newspapers, magazines, and other publications put out by trade unions and devoted to their activities. In Russia the trade union press developed under the ideological leadership of the Bolshevik Party. The first trade union publications appeared during the period of the Revolution of – Bolsheviks occupied prominent.

Legislation. A law of Azerbaijan "On trade unions" which was adopted on 24 Februarydefines the rights of trade unions and their members to protect their labor, social, and economic rights and legitimate interests in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention and Recommendation of the International Labor Organization and the European Social Charter.Only four out of 1, agreements in were signed by non-union bodies, and in most cases they were signed by either one union (70%) or two unions (24%), although, in terms of employees, there was little difference between the number covered by a single union signatory (38%) and the number covered by two union signatories (39%).The law imposes a number of substantive requirements on the constitutions and rules of trade unions and federations of trade unions.

The law also authorizes the registrar to inspect accounts, books, and documents of a trade union at “any reasonable time” and provides the minister of defense, justice, and security with the authority to.

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