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The Irish Supreme Court has ruled that registered employment agreements setting minimum pay rates in certain sectors are unconstitutional. According to the court, the Industrial Relations Act of 1946 – which made provision for the agreements – “raised serious issues [...]
The Aragon regional government in Spain has declared that Monday, October 13th 2014 will be a on-off public holiday to compensate for the fact that National Day next year falls on a Sunday. It can now be expected that other [...]
The Spanish Institute for National Statistics has reported that 2,661 companies were declared bankrupt in Spain during Q1 2013 — an increase of 30.1% compared with the same period in 2012. The industries most affected by bankruptcy were construction (25.0%), commerce [...]
"Don’t rely on your local people to tell you all the necessary facts - they often don’t know and inconsistent practices may therefore have evolved over the years in every organisation. The Federation of European Employers website s a great source of country-specific information."
Management Today, March 28th 2013
"...you can always rely on FedEE for strident opinions that crash into mainstream thinking........ Impressive stuff. How come no one else knows about this?"
Edward Fennell, The Times Newspaper, 7th March 2013
"If nothing else, [the FedEE's Secretary-General's] comments have brought a welcome dose of creative thinking to proceedings: they may even help to kick start new debates and apply new thinking to a series of ongoing problems."
Professional Manager Magazine (Chartered Management Institute), David Fawbert, 18th February 2013
"Osborne should listen to the Federation of European Employers."
Michael Meacher MP (former UK government minister), December 10th 2012