For each Member State a country report is compiled containing information on the sector and the employer and employee organisations. This is conducted by a network of national correspondents from Eurofound. Panteia then checks the consistency and completeness of this information before processing it in a database. Based on an analysis of the database a summary report (representativeness study) is prepared, which answers the question to what extent the members of the Sectoral Social Dialogue Commitee represent the sector.
Panteia is currently carrying out two other representativeness studies for Eurofound: one on the metal industry and one on the steel industry. The final reports are likely to be published in the course of 2017.
The final report on the ‘Representativeness of the European Social Partner Organisations: Extractive industries sector’, can be found below.
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