Getting to grips with employee consultation processes across Europe
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Anna Van Bracht
Anna van Bracht is a senior associate at Baker McKenzie in Amsterdam

For multinational companies, global projects can be challenging, especially when it comes to the planning and timing of such projects. An important element is the requirement to consult with employee representatives, be that either through a recognised union or works councils.

These consultations must be undertaken in specific timeframes. But, depending on the jurisdiction, these timelines can vary widely. This can impact the timely integration of projects across different jurisdictions.


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