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Trade union activity and employer costs


Trade unions exercising their statutory rights may generate considerable costs for employers. Moreover, employers are often faced with union demands that go further than the law provides. For example, the use of company premises and facilities, financing union trips, training and conferences or the use of company email addresses. Yielding to such demands creates unwarranted costs for the employer, and more importantly, may not comply with the law. – Michał Bodziony, Kinga Ciosk and Kamil Bogusz comment for Contact Online magazine.

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