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Conference “How to enliven the collective bargaining law and autonomous dialog in Poland?"



The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and Employers of Poland invite to participate in a conference entitled “How to enliven the collective bargaining law and autonomous dialog in Poland? Assessment of the twenty years of the right to collective bargaining”. The conference will  be held on November 3rd in the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy on Nowogrodzka Street 1/3/5 in Warsaw (Andrzej Bączkowski Hall ­– room no. 107 )   


The twentieth anniversary of introducing regulations on collective bargaining agreements is a good opportunity to confront them with current socio-economic conditions, as well as to establish guidelines for potential systemic changes, which could serve as a starting point for discussion on a new approach to  collective industrial relations in Poland.


The aim of the conference is to analyze the current legal situation, identify practical problems and discuss the need to enliven collective bargaining agreement regulations and autonomous dialog in Poland.


To participate, register by e-mail at    or by phone at +48 (22) 661 16 57


Participation is free of charge. The number of places is limited.