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1. The Occupational Pension Schemes, Amendment Regulations 1999, Statutory Instrument 1999 No. 1849


2. Article 7, Altersvermögensgesetz of 26 June 2001: §1 (9) Altersvorsorgeverträgezertifizierungsgesetz

3. “La métallurgie allemande s’empare de la loi sur les fonds de pension”, Le Monde, 11 May 2001

4. Law 2001-152 of 19 February 2001

5. Article 6 of Law 2001-624 of 17 July 2001

6. Draft Report on the Commission Green Paper on Promoting a European Framework for Corporate Social Responsibility, Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, European Parliament, 5 March 2002

7. Article 116 of Law 2001-420 of 15 May 2001 on new economic regulations

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9. Council Directive 75/129/EEC of 17 February 1975 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to collective redundancies, as amended by Council Directive 92/56/EC of 24 June 1992 and Council Directive 98/59/EC of 20 July 1998; F. FAVENNEC-HÉRY, “La directive 92/56 du 24 juin 1992 ou les espoirs déçus”, Dr. soc., 1993, p. 29

10. Council Directive 77/87/EEC of 14 February 1977 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees’ rights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of businesses, as amended by Council Directive 98/50/EC of 29 June 1998; M. FRANZEN, “Die Richtlinie 98/50/EG zur Änderung der Betriebsübergangsrichtlinie 77/187/EWG und ihre Auswirkungen auf das deutsche Arbeitsrecht”, RdA, 1999, p. 361; S. LAULOM, “Les dialogues entre juge communautaire et juges nationaux en matière de transferts d’entreprise”, Dr. soc., 1999, p. 821; M. L. BELLINI, “Trasferimento di azienda nella fusione di società: comunicazione e consultazione sindicale”, Diritto del lavoro, 1997, p. 197


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12. Annex 3(1) of Council Directive 94/45/EC

13. Directive 2002/14/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2002 establishing a general framework for informing and consulting employees in the European Community

14. S. DEAKIN and G. S. MORRIS, Labour Law, 3rd edition, Butterworths, London, 2001, p. 792

15. Article 2(1) of Council Directive 98/59/EC

16. Article 2(1) of Council Directive 75/129/EC

17. Article 2(2) of Council Directive 98/59/EC

18. Article L. 321-4-1 c. trav.; DROIT SOCIAL, Les plans sociaux, special issue, May 1994

19. § 112 BetrVG

20. § 1 (2), para 1 KSchG

21. Soc., 8 April 1992, Dr. soc., 1992, p. 626; Soc., 6 July 1999, RJS, 1999, p. 767; J. SAVATIER, “La disponibilité d’un emploi en vue d’une réintégration, d’un reclassement ou d’une priorité d’embauchage”, Dr. soc., 1999, p. 146


22. Soc., 25 June 1992, Dr. soc., 1992, p. 826; Soc., 6 July 1999, op. cit.

23. EUROPEAN COMMISSION, Cessation de la relation de travail. Situation juridique dans les États membres de l’Union européenne, EUR-OP, Luxembourg, 1997; J. C. JAVILLIER, “Le patronat et les transformations du droit du travail”, in Les transformations du droit du travail. Études offertes à Gérard Lyon-Caen, Dalloz, Paris, 1989, p. 193

24. Council Directive 92/57/EC of 24 June 1992 on the implementation of minimum safety and health requirements at temporary or mobile work sites

25. Article 3(1) of Council Directive 92/57/EC

26. Article 6(d) of Council Directive 92/57/EC

27

Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund

(German Trade Union Federation)

Internet: http://www.dgb.de

E mail: info@bundesvorstand.dgb.deDeutscher Beamtenbund

(German Civil Servants' Federation)

Internet: http://www.dbb.de

E mail: http://www.dbb.de/email

Christlicher Gewerkschaftsbund Deutschlands

(Christian Trade Union Federation of Germany)

Internet: http.://www.dhv cgb.de/cgb

E mail: CGBBonn@t online.de

Bundesvereinigung der Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände

(Confederation of German Employers' Associations)

Internet: http://www.bda online.de

E mail: info@bda online.de


28 See http://www.eiro.eurofound.ie/2002/07/Feature/EU0207203F.html


29 A. Simonyi: Labour and Social Welfare in Competitive Firms, in: Cs. Makó – C. Warhurst eds.: The Management and Organization of Firm in the Global Context, University of Gödöllő - Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Budapest, 1999 pp.101-110.

30 “First Survey on Working Conditions in the Candidate Countries and the European Union 2001. The first findings of the Hungarian survey were presented in February 2002 at Budapest. In several respects of working conditions – like for example the nature of work, work organization, in working time arrangements - the Hungarian results were more favorable for employees than the EU averages, in others – like in the above cited health problems, physical risk factors were more unfavorable than in the EU. (www.eurofound.eu.int) Other findings in: Trade Union Experiences in Safety and Health at the Workplace in Hungary, Report of an ILO survey, Budapest, 2000.

31 Works’ councils were established since the early 90-ies in Hungary according to the German pattern to assure participation in firm level decisions concerning working conditions. Originally they were intended to be separate from unions responsible for interest representation and for bargaining. However the representativity of unions were measured since 1995 according to the votes received for their candidates during works’ council elections. Thus unions at most places have “occupied” the works’ councils. At the same time the former government even authorized them to conclude collective agreements at workplaces where unions were not functioning.

32 See: Martin, R. - Ishikawa, A. - Makó, Cs. - Consoli, F. (1998), Aro, P. - Repo, P. (1997)


33 op. Cit and Casale (1997), Mouranche (1998), Mako-Simonyi (1998)

34 During the preparation of this study the articles of 2 special reviews (Munkaugyi szemle /Labour Review and Humanpolitikai Szemle/Human Policy Review) between 1992-2002 were collected to find cases and best practices of CSR.

35


36 Closing data of the year 2001.

37 Interview with the D.G. for the case study

38


39 Interview with the human resource manager

40 Kuczi T. – Mako Cs.: Toward industrial districts? Small firm networking in Hungary, in: Grabher g – Stark D. eds: Legacies, Linkages, Localities: restructuring networks in post-socialist economies, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1996.

41 CSR Europe, The European Survey on Socially Responsible Investment and the Financial Community (CSR Europe, Brussels, 2001).

42 Article L 214-39 of the Code monétaire et financier (Monetary and Financial Code).

43 Draft Act of 10 May 2001, introducing a new Article L 135–8 into the Code de la sécurité sociale (Social Security Code).


44 Report No 339 of the Social Affairs Committee

45 Article 116 of Act 2001-420 of 15 May 2001 on the New Economic Regulations.

46 Article 148-2 of Regulation 67-236 of 23 March 1967, as amended.

47 J. Igalens and M. Peretti, Le bilan social de l’entreprise, Que sais-je?, 2nd edn (PUF, Paris, 1982); Jean Gautier, Le bilan social (Conseil Économique et Social, Paris, 1999).

48 The situation resembles that encountered in some of our other case studies, as in the case of VW at Wolfsburg, for example, or at CORUS in Wales, where the employees are not only ‘internal stakeholders’ but also, as residents of the urban fabric that has grown up around the undertaking, ‘external stakeholders’ as well, with access to different leverage (and benefiting from different forms of solidarity) in the local environment. The management of the undertaking can only pay greater attention to these ‘double stakeholders’ in the future.



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