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PRIMERJALNA ANALIZA DELAVSKE PARTICIPACIJE V IZBRANIH DRŽAVAH
ERBEŽNIK, NINA (Avtor), Durnik, Mitja (Mentor) Več o mentorju... Povezava se odpre v novem oknu

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V obdobju po gospodarski krizi, ko si gospodarstvo opomore, BDP narašča, spopadamo pa se s pomanjkanjem delovne sile za deficitarne poklice in odhajanjem najviše izobražene delovne sile v tujino, iščemo rešitve, pri čemer je lahko prav delavska participacija tista, ki dobi večji pomen pri upravljanju kadrov in podjetij na splošno. V diplomskem delu proučujemo delavsko participacijo na splošno ter bolj podrobno na primerih Švedske, Španije in Slovenije. Pri tem uporabljamo analitično, deskriptivno, primerjalno metodo in metodo kompilacije. V raziskovalnem delu se osredotočamo na rezultate Eurofondovih raziskav s področja delavske participacije in jih poskušamo razložiti z značilnostmi sistemov v izbranih državah. Z raziskavo smo ugotovili, da je uspešnost delovanja sistema povezana z višjo izobraženostjo delovne sile. Ugotovili smo tudi, da sta Slovenija in Švedska državi, v katerih je sodelovanje na visoki ravni, kar potrjuje predstavništvo delavcev v nadzornem svetu in upravnem odboru. V primeru Španije so na tem mestu pomanjkljivosti. Ugotovili smo, da zakon, ki točno določa obseg informacij, ki jih delodajalec mora deliti z delavskim predstavništvom, ni pogoj za njihovo pridobivanje. Z raziskovanjem smo odkrili tudi nekatere mogoče izboljšave, ki se nanašajo na slovenski sistem delavske participacije. Po vzoru Švedske bi lahko slovenski sindikati spremenili svojo strategijo v smeri večjega povezovanja in s tem povečevanja svoje latentne moči. To pa bi lahko privedlo do večjega zaupanja delovne sile v sindikate in posledično povečanje članstva. Menedžment bi lahko pristopil k zadevam z večjo voljo po komunikaciji s svetom delavcev. Po vzoru španskih delavskih podjetij – t. i. sociedades laborales – bi lahko država omogočila delavski odkup podjetij, iz katerih želi delno ali v celoti umakniti svoje lastništvo.

Jezik:Slovenski jezik
Ključne besede:delavska participacija, vključevanje delavcev, finančna participacija, svet delavcev, obveščanje, posvetovanje, soodločanje
Vrsta gradiva:Diplomsko delo/naloga (mb11)
Organizacija:FU - Fakulteta za upravo
Leto izida:2020
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Jezik:Angleški jezik
Naslov:COMPARATIVE ANALISYS OF EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
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Once the economy recovers from the harmful effects of the crisis, GDP is expected to rise again, at which point we are going to be facing a lack of workforce for lowest-paying jobs. Also occurring will be migrations of highly educated, specialized workforce. In these circumstances, employee participation in managing the businesses could become important in managing the human resources and companies in general. This thesis addresses the broad field of employee participation in general, and in-depth in the cases of three European countries: Sweden, Spain and Slovenia. Deployed were analytical, descriptive, and comparative methods, and the method of compilation. The research part of the thesis focuses on evaluation of data gathered from secondary sources, notably the Eurofonds surveys which are interpreted with regard to differing features of the systems in selected countries. Throughout the research, it was found that the operational success of a given system of employee participation is connected to the level of education of the employees. It was also found that there is a high degree of cooperation between management and employee representatives in Sweden and Slovenia, while Spain shows some deficiencies in this area. It is concluded that there is no need to predetermine the specific, exact framework in the legislation on employee participation in order enact it. By analyzing the three state systems elements and features were identified that could potentially improve the Slovenian employee participation system. Slovenian unions could follow the example of their Swedish counterparts and their practices which seek broader alliances between different unions in order to empower them. In this way, unions gain reputation and see their memberships rise. Management could approach the works councils with more will to cooperate. The Slovenian system lacks regulation on employee-owned companies. This is where the Spanish employee-owned companies, sociedades laborales, present a great example that could be implemented in companies which face financial difficulties or, in some cases, in public companies in which the state or local government wishes to sell their share.

Ključne besede:employee participation, employee involvement, financial participation, works council, codetermination

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