European Works Council
European Works Council (EWC)
A consultative body set up by employers for the purposes of discharging the requirements for informing and consulting employees at European level, in undertakings or groups with at least 1000 employees across the member states of the EEA and at least 150 employees in each of two or more of those member states.
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