An analysis of workers’ rights under the EU Directive on takeover bids

Conclusion

Jan Cremers, Sigurt Vitols

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Abstract

The chapters in this book cover much ground and indicate significant variation between countries regarding the strength of the rights that workers have in takeover situations. The company case studies also indicate wide variation in the degree to which workers can defend their interests in such situations. Despite this heterogeneity, some common themes and general conclusions are drawn in this concluding part.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTakeovers with or without worker voice: workers’ rights under the EU Takeover Bids Directive
EditorsJan Cremers, Sigurt Vitols
Place of PublicationBrussels
PublisherETUI
Pages243-248
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic) 978-2-87452-421-9
ISBN (Print)978-2-87452-420-2
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sep 2016

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Cremers, J., & Vitols, S. (2016). An analysis of workers’ rights under the EU Directive on takeover bids: Conclusion. In J. Cremers, & S. Vitols (Eds.), Takeovers with or without worker voice: workers’ rights under the EU Takeover Bids Directive (pp. 243-248). (Workers' rights in company law). Brussels: ETUI.
Cremers, Jan ; Vitols, Sigurt. / An analysis of workers’ rights under the EU Directive on takeover bids : Conclusion. Takeovers with or without worker voice: workers’ rights under the EU Takeover Bids Directive. editor / Jan Cremers ; Sigurt Vitols. Brussels : ETUI, 2016. pp. 243-248 (Workers' rights in company law).
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Cremers, J & Vitols, S 2016, An analysis of workers’ rights under the EU Directive on takeover bids: Conclusion. in J Cremers & S Vitols (eds), Takeovers with or without worker voice: workers’ rights under the EU Takeover Bids Directive. Workers' rights in company law, ETUI, Brussels, pp. 243-248.

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Takeovers with or without worker voice: workers’ rights under the EU Takeover Bids Directive. ed. / Jan Cremers; Sigurt Vitols. Brussels : ETUI, 2016. p. 243-248 (Workers' rights in company law).

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Cremers J, Vitols S. An analysis of workers’ rights under the EU Directive on takeover bids: Conclusion. In Cremers J, Vitols S, editors, Takeovers with or without worker voice: workers’ rights under the EU Takeover Bids Directive. Brussels: ETUI. 2016. p. 243-248. (Workers' rights in company law).