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Framtidens kollektivavtal? Medarbetaravtal ur parternas perspektiv

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Arbetsmarknad, Arbetsmarknadsprogrammet, Emma Paulsson, Kollektivavtal, Lotta Stern, Medarbetaravtal, Svenska modellen
Framtidens kollektivavtal – Medarbetaravtal ur parternas perspektiv
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I denna intervjustudie om arbetsmarknadens parters erfarenheter av medarbetaravtal undersöks hur parterna upplever att medarbetaravtal fungerar samt om avtalsformen är bättre lämpad för framtidens utmaningar än traditionella kollektivavtal. Förändringar på arbetsmarknaden sätter den svenska kollektivavtalsmodellen på prov. Kollektivavtalens uppdelning mellan ”arbetare” och ”tjänstemän”, liksom uppdelningen mellan ”tjänstemän” och ”akademiker” kan tänkas upprätthålla murar där gränser i praktiken allt oftare överskrids. I denna kontext är medarbetaravtal en innovation som utmanar befintliga spelregler. Den här rapporten syftar till att studera hur en sådan innovation fungerar i praktiken. Den underliggande frågan är huruvida historiska spår är så upptrampade att de hindrar kollektivavtalens utveckling. Vår intervjuundersökning visar att medarbetaravtal är en ovanlig avtalsform i Sverige, och parternas berättelser om avtalen tyder på att medarbetaravtal fungerar relativt väl när det väl är på plats. I det stora hela råder samsyn mellan parterna om fördelarna respektive utmaningarna med gemensamma avtal. Det råder också samsyn kring framtiden som man inte tror kommer att präglas av medarbetaravtal.

Stern, C. & Paulsson, E. (2019). Framtidens kollektivavtal? Medarbetaravtal ur parternas perspektiv. Stockholm: Ratio.


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