Place: Trade Union House, BrusselsTime: 9.30 - 16.00
• Introduction of participants (all)• Introducing the BARCOM project - Paulien Osse, WageIndicator/ University of Amsterdam/AIAS• Competitive structures and collective bargaining in the commerce sector throughout Europe - Maarten van Klaveren, University if Amsterdam/AIAS• Analyses of the CBA database outcomes for the commerce sector, Janna Besamusca, University of Amsterdam/AIAS• Analyses of the collective bargaining landscape in the commerce sector, Marta Kahancova, Celsi• Specific problems in collective bargaining: lack of agreements, Poland; Hubert Krogulec,NSZZ Solidarność" Commerce• Specific problems in collective bargaining: lack of transparency, - Michele Faioli, University of Rome, Italy• Comparison of multinational collective agreements across countries, - Daniela Ceccon, WageIndicator/University of Amsterdam/AIAS and negotiator.• Collective agreements and social dialogue – conclusion and perspectives, UNI Europa and Eurocommerce.
* BARCOM is a research project funded by the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion, Programme on Improving Expertise in Industrial Relations (Project No. VS/2016/0106). BARCOM stands for: With innovative tools for bargaining support in the commerce sector