Chapter 12, authored by Jan Cremers, examines the process of revising the SE legislation. As is typical in the EU, a procedure for reviewing the impact of new legislation and deliberating on the possible need for revision was built into the SE legislation. The first go at evaluation was characterized by a certain reluctance of the social partners and the European Commission to recommend revision, in part because of the newness of the legislation. However, in a new round, the ETUC has emphasized problems in the SE legislation and its implementation, including the lack of an effective central register and the ability of companies to ‘freeze in’ the current status of worker participation.
|Title of host publication||A decade of experience with the European Company|
|Place of Publication||Brussels|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Mar 2013|