Warunki trójstronnego dialogu społecznego
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Any discussion about the future of labour law in Poland requires an assessment of the current state of the law and a discussion on the need for change. This is because codification reflecting changes to the political, social and economic order after 1989 has so far not been possible to achieve. It is currently difficult to expect a quick codification. However, an assessment of the individual institutions of labour law can be made gradually. The subject of this chapter is the conditions for tripartite social dialogue. This is a topical issue. Representative social partners, members of the Tripartite Commission, are demanding deep legislative changes in this field. They believe that the current legislative formula has depleted itself, but they provide no information which solutions currently in force need changing due to not working well in practice. The social partners, members of the Tripartite Commission, have jointly with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs prepared the draft bill of a new Social Dialogue Board Act. Regulations and other documents of the International Labour Organization prescribe conditions which need to be fulfilled for successful social dialogue. This chapter present those conditions and attempt to assess whether the legislative change will in practice enable a better application of tripartite social dialogue in Poland.
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