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Collective labour law was the subject of the next meeting of the Platform HR


Another meeting of the Platform HR, which was attended by among others the Minister Jacek Męcina, took place at the head office of the Employers of Poland.


During the meeting the attention was drawn to the problems arising from the existing provisions that regulate collective labour law - including the representativeness of trade union, the so-called union secondment, as well as the principles of collective bargaining and making a study of their legality.


The Minister, Jacek Męcina, noticed the need for civilizing collective labour relations. However, in his opinion, one should sort out the issue of representativeness in the first place, which will strengthen the social dialogue in companies.


- Any changes in the collective labour law must be made through negotiations with the trade unions, which unfortunately is currently hampered because of the breakdown of the talks in the Tripartite Commission for Social and Economic Affairs - said Jacek Męcina.