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Title: The social partners, dialogue & industrial relations in Malta
Authors: Zammit, Edward L.
Keywords: Industrial relations -- Malta
Labor unions -- Malta
Labor -- Social aspects -- Malta
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Agenda
Citation: Zammit, E. L. (2003). The social partners, dialogue & industrial relations in Malta. In G. Baldacchino, S. Rizzo & E. L. Zammit, Evolving industrial relations in Malta (pp. 65-128). Malta: Agenda.
Abstract: Ever since the establishment of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in 1919, the crucial role played collectively by the social partners in economic and social development has become universally recognised. It stems from a recognition of the need for active collaboration among the actors involved in work and industrial relations of possible serious consequences resulting from a breakdown of these fragile relations, and of the interconnectedness between workplace industrial relations and the wider areas of public life. This role is played at the local enterprise, sectoral, regional, national and international levels.
ISBN: 9993262226
Appears in Collections:Evolving industrial relations in Malta

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