The extension of collective agreements in France, Portugal and Spain

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García Calavia, M.A. and Rigby, M. (2020). The extension of collective agreements in France, Portugal and Spain. Transfer:European Review of Labour and Research. 26 (4), p. 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/1024258920970131
AuthorsGarcía Calavia, M.A. and Rigby, M.
AbstractThis article examines the role of extension provisions for collective agreements in France, Portugal and Spain, three countries that have faced pressure to introduce more flexibility in their employment regimes during recent economic crises. The article establishes the continuing importance of extension provisions for maintaining high bargaining coverage in all three countries and traces the origin of national differences in their evolution to the strategies of the various actors, governments, employers and trade unions, and the context in which they are operating. It also looks at the characteristics of the extension regulations themselves.
KeywordsIndustrial relations; Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
Year2020
JournalTransfer:European Review of Labour and Research
Journal citation26 (4), p. 2020
PublisherSAGE Publications
ISSN1024-2589
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1177/1024258920970131
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Deposited05 Nov 2020
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