Marta Kahancová co-authored an article "Power resources and successful trade union actions that address precarity in adverse contexts: The case of CEE" in Human Relations, Vol 76, Issue 1
Marta Kahancová co-authored the article titled "Power resources and successful trade union actions that address precarity in adverse contexts: The case of Central and Eastern Europe" along with Aurora Trif, Aristea Koukiadaki and Valentina Paolucci.
CELSI researchers Monika Martišková, Pavol Bors, Tibor T Meszmann and Adam Šumichrast contributed to the ETUI book titled "Are multinational companies good for trade unions?"
CELSI researchers Monika Martišková, Pavol Bors, Tibor T Meszmann and Adam Šumichrast contributed to the book with three case studies that address the situation in the Czechia, Hungary and Slovakia.
CELSI researcher Barbora Holubová contributed to the DG Employment's report on “Gender Equality and Work-Life Balance Policies during and after the COVID-19 crisis”
One of the findings is that the measures implemented during the pandemic were often temporary and did not adopt a gender perspective nor address the specific problems of disadvantaged groups, for example, single mothers and migrant women.
CELSI researcher Lucia Kováčová is the co-author of the fifth quarterly report on COVID-19 impact on industrial relations which has been published under the BARCOVID project
Lucia Kováčová, Armanda Cetrulo and Niels Peuchen worked on the report which adds to previous reports new preliminary results from data mining and text analysis of the newsletter outputs published by the selected stakeholders at the EU level. The goal of these quarterly reports is to address the first research question of the BARCOVID project: “How have the Covid-19 crisis, the state-imposed measures and their consequences affected the industrial relations landscape in EU27 and 5 candidate countries?”
New chapter by Marta Kahancová and Barbora Holubová titled "Revisiting the Concept of Precarious Work in Times of Covid-19" published
CELSI is pleased to announce the publishing of a new book titled "Faces of Precarity". CELSI researchers Marta Kahancová and Barbora Holubová contributed to the book with the chapter titled "Revisiting the Concept of Precarious Work in Times of Covid-19".
New publication titled "Auto industry in the Hungarian Northern Great Plain" available electronically
The publication assessed new challenges in the world of work, sustainability, digitalisation, automation, vocational training and worker representation in the region, which faces major investments in the last years.
CELSI contributed to the new Eurofound research report regarding emerging practices in collective bargaining
Collective bargaining across the EU has been facing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, green transition and digitalisation.
New paper "The transformation of the Slovak and Czech automotive industries: stakeholders' perspectives and barriers towards an ecological mobility industry" published in the IJATM
CELSI's researchers Patrik Gažo and Monika Martišková, together with Thomas S.J. Smith from Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) of Munich published their paper titled "The transformation of the Slovak and Czech automotive industries: stakeholders' perspectives and barriers towards an ecological mobility industry". The article identifies and critically discusses barriers for transforming the automotive industry into an ecological mobility industry in Slovakia and Czechia from the point of view of key stakeholders.
The Office of the Hungarian Parliament compiled a short information note on the topics of wage discussions and social dialogue which featured the research findings within the COLBAR-EUROPE project
The study published in September 2021 referred to the work of CELSI researcher Gábor Szüdi where he compared the clauses of the collective bargaining agreements across the Visegrád countries in terms of wage determination.
CELSI publishes new mapping study titled "Mapping the Labour Market Trends and Trade Union Policies for Young Teachers and Other Education Personnel"
The mapping study, published by the CELSI team, analyses the engagement of young professionals in education trade unions, and ongoing union activities for young members, including recruitment strategies and the involvement of young members in the decision-making processes.