These agreements do not address wages and working time but rather address topics such as corporate social responsibility; the elaboration of key principles underpinning company employment policies; business restructuring; and particular aspects of company policy such as health and safety (EIRO
2008 & EU 2008).
In international comparison, the use of overtime is around 26 hours per worker per year, well below the more than 90 hours for the average European employee (EIRO
Around two-thirds of low-wage employees in Greece (working at least 15 hours per week) live in households where the equivalised income (7) is equal to or above 60% of the national median equivalised income (EIRO
Despite some dramatic reduction since the 1950s, gender-based pay gaps are averaged higher in the United States (76%) than in the Scandinavian countries (over 80%) and are also higher than the averaged gender pay gap among industrial societies (78%) in the European Union (Blau & Kahn, 1992; EIRO
The European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO
) website, http://www.eiro.eurofound.ie, contains a detailed chronological account of industrial relations in Norway.
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