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Nom original: Lag (1976:580) om medbestämmande i arbetslivet.
Nom: Act (1976:580) on Co-Determination in the Workplace.
Pays: Suède
Sujet(s): Liberté syndicale, négociation collective et relations professionnelles
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 1976-06-10
Entry into force:
Publié le: Svensk Författningssamling, 1976, No. 580
ISN: SWE-1976-L-13980
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=13980&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Svensk Författningssamling, 1976, No. 580
Act online in Swedish, Basic Text Act online in Swedish, Basic Text Regeringens rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB, www.notisum.se, Sweden, 6 pp. PDF PDF (consulté le 2014-10-30)
Act online in Swedish, Consolidated Text Act online in Swedish, Consolidated Text Regeringskansliets rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB, www.notisum.se, Sweden, 12 pp. PDF of Act as amended to Act 2013:615 PDF of Act as amended to Act 2013:615 (consulté le 2014-10-30)
Résumé/Citation: The consolidation of the Act includes a total of 21 amending texts through August 2013 (up to Act 2013:615). The consolidated text includes various amendments.

Contains 14 sections and 70 articles concerning, inter alia:

Section 1: Introductory provisions.
Section 2: Freedom of Association.
Section 3: Collective bargaining and negotiation.
Section 4: Right to information.
Section 5: Collective agreement.
Section 6: Right to participation through collective bargaining.
Section 7: Determining legal disputes concerning interpretation of contracts.
Section 8: Union right to veto in some cases.
Section 9: Peace obligation.
Section 10: Layoffs and redundancies.
Section 11: Mediation.
Section 12: Indemnity and other penalties.
Section 13: Charge related to layoffs and redundancies.
Section 14: Dispute negotiation and trial.
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