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German co-determination act 1976 =

Mitbestimmungsgesetz 1976

by Hoffmann, Dietrich Dr.

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Published by Kluwer, Alfred Metzner in Deventer, Frankfurt am Main .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany (West)
    • Subjects:
    • Management -- Employee participation -- Germany (West) -- Law and legislation

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesMitbestimmungsgesetz 1976.
      Statementby Dietrich Hoffmann.
      ContributionsGermany.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. ;
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4678800M
      ISBN 109031200298
      LC Control Number77570073

      The practice was established in Germany in through the Cooperative Management Law and amended in through the Co-determination Act (Mitbestimmungsgesetz), which established parity co-determination for firms with over 2, employees. The German Co-determination Act is the foundation of German industrial policyCited by: 1. THE GERMAN CODETERMINATION ACT OF HANS-JOACHIM MERTENS * and ERICH SCHANZE **. On July 1, about enterprises in the Federal Republic of Germany made the transition to the requirements of Mitbestimmung under the Codetermina- tion Act of (Mitbestinmzungsgesetz , hereinafter called "the Act") [1].

      German Civil Code and the Introductory ACT to the German Civil Code and the Marriage Law of the Federal Republic of Germany: Supplement on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. German Civil Code and the Introductory ACT to the German Civil Code and the Marriage Law of the Federal Republic of Germany: SupplementFormat: Paperback.   In Germany, employee co-determination at the supervisory board level has various legal sources, but the most important ones are the One-Third Participation Act .

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German co-determination act 1976 = by Hoffmann, Dietrich Dr. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The German co-determination act: An act concerning co-determination of employees of May 4, = Mitbestimmungsgesetz ; with the Shop constitution act of English-German text Perfect Paperback – January 1, Author: ) Germany (Federal Republic.

Get this from a library. The German co-determination act = Mitbestimmungsgesetz [Dietrich Hoffmann, Dr.; Germany.]. Type 2: Codetermination Act of Different rights of codetermination exist in corporations with more than employees not involved in the coal, iron, and steel industries.

The relevant law is named after the year in which it was passed (). co-determination act Abbreviated title commonly used (as are therefore the initials MBL) to refer to the key statute in Swedish collective labour law, i.e.

the Act on Employee Consultation and Participation in Working Life, so named because it is intended to promote employee participation in decision-making on employment and working. The shared goal of social partners in Germany is to keep companies as free of conflict as possible.

The way this happens is laid down in the Works Constitution Act. Co-determination on the company level is regulated by the Co-Determination Act. Employees are collectively represented by the unions in collective negotiations.

Employment (Co-Determination in the Workplace) Act () Amendments: up to and including SFS Introductory Provisions. Section 1This Act shall apply to the relationship between employer and employee. The term "employee" as used in this Act shall also include any person who performs work for another.

Co-determination at a glance 4. Co-determination at the level of establishment 5. Co-determination at board level Works Constitution Act Act on European works councils Co-determination Act Law on One-Third Employee Representation in the Supervisory Board The Co-Determination Law The Co-Determination Law greatly expanded the number of business entities that are ostensibly subject to the principle of parity co.

The code builds together with the ‘Stock Corporation Act’ and the different co-determination acts the legal framework for corporate governance principles in Germany.

It aims to make Germany’s corporate governance rules transparent for both national and international investors, thus strengthening confidence in the management of German.

Employment (Co-Determination in the Workplace) Act (Lag om medbestämmande i arbetslivet) Reference No.: SFS Published 17 November Non-official translation.

Co-Determination Law ofwhich requires almost all 2 German firms of more than 2, employees to have half their supervisory boards chosen by employee vote. In a. CO-DETERMINATION ACT [Mitbestimmungsgesetz], in: RÜSTER, B.

(ed.), Business transactions in Germany. Munich, New York, loose-leaf sincevol. 4 appendix 9 CO-DETERMINATION IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY (Mitbestimmung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, published by The Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs.

This article explains how German codetermination arose through collective agreements, which only subsequently were codified by the law. The ‘codetermination bargains’ is a name that signifies the collective agreements between business and trade unions fromand then from to to.

this model is usually described as "quasi-parity co-determination". The Co-determination Act of has been challenged by single firms and employers´ associations on constitutional grounds. But the Federal Constitutional Court, in its deci-sion of March 1st,found no merits in the claims of the complainants and rejected their contentions.

Co-Determination in Germany: The Impact of Court Decisions on Stock Price In a second step the authors ask whether the introduction of the Co-determination Act of and the ruling of the Federal Constitutional Court of March 1, on the constitutionality of that Act had any influence on stock prices in those sectors that were most Cited by: 2.

First, it has to be determined whether group employees employed outside of Germany are to be counted when determining whether the threshold for the participation of employees (more than 2, employees pursuant to the Codetermination Act and more than employees pursuant to the One-Third Participation Act) is reached.

RGB 1. = Reichsgesetzblatt = the official journal of the German Reich for publishing Acts and Regulations BGBl. = Bundesgesetzblatt = the official journal of the Federal Republic of Germany for publishing Acts and Regulations In the official reference to an Act the I refers to the section of the official journals followed by the page number(s).File Size: 4MB.

Mitbestimmungsgesetz (in English, Codetermination Act) of is a German law which requires companies of over employees to have half the supervisory board of.

The extent of the workers' representation and impact within the supervisory board is governed by 4 different acts, namely the Co-determination Act of the Coal, Iron and Steel Industries, the Coal, Iron and Steel Co-determination Amendment Act, the Works Constitution Act and the Co-determination Act.

Many translated example sentences containing "Co-determination Act" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. (Section 22 of the German Co-Determination Act ). Aktiengesellschaft der Mitbestimmung nach dem MitbestG unterliegt. Co-Determination at the Workplace.

The Co-determination Act of incorporates a large number of rules which principally concern the relationship between the company as employer and the employee’s trade union organisations. It is without doubt the single most important legislative act regarding employee influence at the workplace.In the German Bundestag yielding to union pressure made it applicable also to coal mining.

In it applied and expanded the concept to holding companies in the coal and steel industries. In and it incorporated co-determination in the Enterprise Organization Acts, and in it passed the Co-Determination : Hans F.

Sennholz.A New Constitution for German Big Business: The Co-Determination Act of This is the text of a speech given by Professor Rittner to the Dickinson Society of International Law, Hastings College of the Law, University of California in October of By Fitrrz Rrrzn Ord.

Professor of Law, University of Freiburg, Federal RepublicAuthor: Fritz Rittner.