DimasoLab Directive 2014/95/EU: Impact assessment on labour relations

Jan Cremers, Anna Kaliga (Editor), Alexander Oberdieck (Editor)

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The German institute Arbeit und Leben assessed the national transposition of the EU Directive on non-financial disclosure in a research project (2016-2018). Jan Cremers (UvT) contributed with a report on the Dutch transposition. In the final report, he is interviewed about the benefits workers’ representatives and trade unions in particular can draw from non-financial information. According to him, it is necessary to build bridges between ‘ordinary’ workplace-related issues and sustainability goals.
Original languageEnglish
TypeResearch input
Media of outputFinal report
PublisherArbeit und Leben
Number of pages91
Place of PublicationDüsseldorf
Publication statusPublished - 18 May 2018


  • workers' participation
  • non-financial reporting
  • eu directive
  • national transposition
  • company law

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    Cremers, J., Kaliga, A. (Ed.), & Oberdieck, A. (Ed.) (2018, May 18). DimasoLab Directive 2014/95/EU: Impact assessment on labour relations. Düsseldorf: Arbeit und Leben.