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Oliver Stettes Expertise 31. October 2007 Industrial Relations in the Postal Sector

The case of Germany

Industrial Relations in the Postal Sector
Oliver Stettes Expertise 31. October 2007

Industrial Relations in the Postal Sector

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The case of Germany

The liberalisation process and the growing number of companies entering into the postal market have slowed the decline of sectoral employment that could have been expected as a result of technical progress and structural change. Moreover, industrial relations are highly decentralised.

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