Co-determination in Germany
The set of rights, agreements and contracts
Co-determination in Germany defines a set of rights that give employees the possibility of actively participating in the shaping of their working environment. This includes legally stipulated Co-determination rights, company-internal agreements devised in conjunction with union contracts as well as informal determination possibilities that have arisen from Co-determination practice.
Co-determination in Germany (pdf)
The Supervisory Boards in Germany
Compositions according to the German laws of 1951 (coal and steel co-determination law, Montanmitbestimmungsgesetz), of 1976 (law on co-determination), and of 2004 (Third Part Act).
Supervisory Boards in Germany (zip)
Les conseils de surveillance (zip)
Il consiglio di vigilanza (zip)