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September 14, 2021

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Cross-sectoral agreements are rare and never cover issues such as wages or working time. They mainly implement EU-wide agreements concluded by the social partners, such as teleworking or harassment in the workplace. In its annual report, the Ministry of Labour provided data on the number of cases examined by the National Conciliation Body (ONC) concerning collective disputes. Since 2012, between two and eight disputes have been brought before the ONC each year in the context of collective bargaining. Provisions on termination of employment contracts and protection against dismissal are included in the Labour Code. However, some collective agreements may provide greater protection against dismissal than is provided by law. (c) The parties may, by mutual agreement, have an ombudsman to resolve a complaint of discrimination or harassment. The selection of the Ombudsman shall be made by mutual agreement. 23.09.9 The time limits provided for in this section may be extended by mutual agreement between the Council, the assistant and, where applicable, the Professional Institute. 2.1 On 18 December 2003, representatives of the Canadian Association of Employment Professionals (CAPE) and the Secretariat of the Human Rights Council (TBS) reached an agreement to resolve the TR Group complaint, filed pursuant to sections 10 and 11 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. This agreement was first ratified by the TR members of the CAPE group, then approved by the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) on February 10, 2004 and finally approved by all parties on February 20, 2004.

It is necessary that the pay equity agreement be implemented within 120 calendar days from the date of authorization (February 20, 2004). The authorized staff of the TR Group should therefore benefit from their adaptation to pay equity until 19 June 2004 at the latest. Until 2010, the Luxembourg three-way model was not questioned (Thill and Thomas, 2010). The first serious breach of the tripartite dialogue took place in April 2010, when the Tripartite Coordination Committee announced the failure of discussions on the competitiveness of the Luxembourg economy, employment policy and public finances. However, the government that has ruled the country since December 2013 has underlined its commitment to social dialogue and is working to restore tripartite coordination. . . .

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