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          Social Dialogue

          Social dialogue and union relations

          In line and in compliance with the provisions of law, local practices and cultures, we recognise the right to join a trade union, to have freedom of association, to appoint workers’ representatives. In accordance with local regulations and practices, we also recognise the exercise of the relative representatives’ functions, including the right to collective bargaining.

          Employee representatives are suitably informed, in observance of the deadlines established by local regulations and practices, about significant organisational changes at least 30 days prior to such changes (25 days in the event of company transfers) in the majority of countries.

          Social dialogue and union relations

          Social dialogue with the European Works Council

          The Group’s social dialogue takes the form of a constructive and cooperative approach that fully respects different roles and goals. In line with national legislation, culture and practices, the European Social Charter of the Generali Group promotes social dialogue, fostering debate with the workers’ representatives for the personal and professional growth of the workers and the consolidation of equal opportunities. Consistent with the European legal framework, since 1997 we have developed a forum for European social dialogue in application of the European directive regarding the establishment of a European works council or a procedure for the purposes of informing and consulting employees known as European Works Council (EWC) of Generali.

          It is the only body representing workers at European level which we dialogue with. It focuses on projects and international initiatives of interest to workers. Social dialogue in the EWC of Generali is governed by a specific corporate agreement.

          Social dialogue with the European Works Council