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09/03/2011

Employee involvement in companies under the European Company Statute

EF/10/78/EN


Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2011 - ISBN 978-92-897-0881-4 - doi: 10.2806/22977

The European Company Statute (SE) is based on the Council Regulation on the Statute for a European Company (2157/2001/EC) and on the Directive supplementing the Statute for a European Company with regard to the involvement of employees (2001/86/EC). It is one of the most important pieces of company legislation published so far by the European Union. Adopted in 2001, it has since October 2004 made it possible for companies operating in more than one EU Member State to reorganise their cross-border business under a single European label. This enables them to work under the umbrella of a single legal framework, thereby reducing the internal costs of operating in several countries. Employee involvement, including participation rights at board level, is the focus of this research report.






author(s): European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions. U. Rehfeldt (Institut de Recherches Économiques et Sociales, Paris), E. Voss (Wilke, Maack and Partner, Hamburg), V. Pulignano (Centre for Sociological Research, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), M. Kelemen (SEEurope network correspondent and researcher, London),V. Telljohann (IRES Emilia-Romagna, Bologna), L.Fulton (Labour Research Department, London), L. Neumann, D. Mester (Institute for Social Policy and Labour, Budapest), K. Schütze, P. Wilke (Wilke, Maack and Partner, Hamburg)
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