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Sweden. / Westregård, Annamaria.

Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective . red. / Ulla Liukkunen . Switzerland : Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2019. s. 553-576.

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Westregård, A 2019, Sweden. i U Liukkunen (red.), Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective . Springer Nature Switzerland AG, Switzerland, s. 553-576.

APA

Westregård, A. (2019). Sweden. I U. Liukkunen (Red.), Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective (s. 553-576). Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

CBE

Westregård A. 2019. Sweden. Liukkunen U, redaktör. I Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective . Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG. s. 553-576.

MLA

Westregård, Annamaria "Sweden". Liukkunen , Ulla (red.). Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective . Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG. 2019, 553-576.

Vancouver

Westregård A. Sweden. I Liukkunen U, redaktör, Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective . Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG. 2019. s. 553-576

Author

Westregård, Annamaria. / Sweden. Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes : A Global Perspective . redaktör / Ulla Liukkunen . Switzerland : Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2019. s. 553-576

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Sweden

AU - Westregård, Annamaria

PY - 2019/10

Y1 - 2019/10

N2 - Industrial relations in Sweden are part of the Nordic legal tradition. This is characterised by labour law which is largely semi-discretionary law and collective agreements are the most important instrument for regulation of the labour market; these agreements offer a high degree of coverage. Trade unions are well organised and play a central role in the labour law system. During the past 25 years Swedish law has been adapted on a running basis to meet EU legislative requirements. The collective bargaining in Sweden is partly centralized and partly decentralized. In a few decades, wage formation has shifted from strict, fixed going-rate agreements, and sometimes as far as figureless agreements without minimum salaries and that are valid until further notice

AB - Industrial relations in Sweden are part of the Nordic legal tradition. This is characterised by labour law which is largely semi-discretionary law and collective agreements are the most important instrument for regulation of the labour market; these agreements offer a high degree of coverage. Trade unions are well organised and play a central role in the labour law system. During the past 25 years Swedish law has been adapted on a running basis to meet EU legislative requirements. The collective bargaining in Sweden is partly centralized and partly decentralized. In a few decades, wage formation has shifted from strict, fixed going-rate agreements, and sometimes as far as figureless agreements without minimum salaries and that are valid until further notice

KW - collective agreement

M3 - Book chapter

SN - 978-3-030-16976-3

SP - 553

EP - 576

BT - Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes

A2 - Liukkunen , Ulla

PB - Springer Nature Switzerland AG

CY - Switzerland

ER -