Implications of EU company law directives for worker involvement

A ‘best case’ study from Denmark

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Abstract

This chapter provides an account of a specific cross-border merger that can in some ways be seen as a ‘best case’ of the interaction between worker rights in national and EU law. Specifically, it looks at a merger between two insurance companies of roughly the same size – the Danish company Codan and the Swedish firm Trygg-Hansa – in 2015. It provides an outline of the merger, focusing specifically on the involvement of employee representatives in the process.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationExercising voice across borders : Workers’ rights under the EU Cross-border Mergers Directive
EditorsJan Cremers, Sigurt Vitols
Number of pages6
Place of PublicationBruxelles
PublisherETUI
Publication date2019
Pages211-216
Chapter18
ISBN (Print)9782874525124
ISBN (Electronic)9782874525131
Publication statusPublished - 2019
SeriesWorkers’ rights in company law

Bibliographical note

This chapter has been found as a 'Free Version' from the publisher on june 20th 2019. When the access to the chapter closes, please notify rucforsk@ruc.dk

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Horn, L. (2019). Implications of EU company law directives for worker involvement: A ‘best case’ study from Denmark. In J. Cremers, & S. Vitols (Eds.), Exercising voice across borders : Workers’ rights under the EU Cross-border Mergers Directive (pp. 211-216). Bruxelles: ETUI. Workers’ rights in company law