What we do
We discuss the position of the Works Council in decision-making. You get to know the main features of the Works Councils Act (WCA/WOR) and find your way in the regulations. Thanks to the practical set-up, you will develop flexibility to apply your new knowledge directly within your own organisation.
How we do this
We offer this course online, in two separate half-days. Between the dayparts you have the opportunity to use your new knowledge and insights in practice. In the second half of the day we go into more depth and there is room for your own issues. The trainer starts each part with a substantive introduction. There is room for discussion. You do many practical exercises.
- you understand the purpose of the Works Councils Act (WOR)
- you understand the most important articles from the WOR
- you know the difference between the right of advice, consent and initiative
- you know the main powers of the Works Council
- you know the position of the Works Council in relation to the director and your constituents
- you are aware of the basic principles of good consultation
- you know how a Works Council can provide added value
Please let us know if you can’t make it on one of the scheduled dates. If there are enough participants, we will schedule an extra date.