Šakos kolektyvinių derybų institutas viešajame sektoriuje

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Šakos kolektyvinių derybų institutas viešajame sektoriuje
Alternative Title:
Sectoral collective bargaining in the public sector
In the Journal:
Teisė. 2008, t. 66 (2), p. 7-20
Kolektyvinės derybos; Valstybės tarnyba.
Collective bargaining; Public service.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojama šakos kolektyvinių derybų instituto vaidmuo ir reikšmė Lietuvoje viešajame ir valstybės tarnybos sektoriuose. Šakos lygio socialinė partnerystė yra pati svarbiausia ir populiariausia reglamentuojant darbo santykius Europos Sąjungos valstybėse narėse. Lietuvoje šio lygio socialinės partnerystės santykiai beveik nevyksta. Straipsnyje siekiama išsiaiškinti šio reiškinio priežastis. [Iš leidinio]

ENThis article analyses the branch collective bargaining situation and significance in the public sector in Lithuania. The practice of the member states of the European Union shows that branch level collective bargaining and social dialogue have the significant meaning in establishing the working and social conditions of public sector workers'. Meanwhile such processes don't take place in Lithuania at all. The negative social situation and climate among Lithuanian public sector workers' shows that became the time for radical reforms regulating the working and social conditions in this sector. Obviously, the preference in this case must be given to the branch collective bargaining instead statutory regulations. The main problem must be resolved is the employer's question in public sector collective bargaining situation. The author supposes that in the first stage the lawmaker must determine ex lege central and local authorities as representatives of public sector employers' interests in sectoral collective bargaining. After that in the second step it will possible to create special governmental agency responsible for representative interests of this sector employers' as it is in the most EU countries. The second main problem in public sector collective bargaining practise is the lack of possibly between parties to agree on additional working and social conditions. The salary of public sector workers depends on the possibilities of the State and municipalities' budgets.This question is detailed by the Law on Civil Service and collective bargaining parties are not entitled to bargain. The decentralised collective bargaining system is common for Lithuanian public sector, when collective agreements are signed only in the establishments. Author thinks that situation can be improved if the public sector collective bargaining system will be centralised and parties of bargaining will enable to influence the statutory decisions. [From the publication]

1392-1274; 2424-6050
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