Works Council

In accordance with the Statute of workers (ET), of 24 March 1995, the representative bodies of workers are authorized to access some documentation of the company within the framework of its functions of supervision of labour relations as well as security and hygiene conditions. Also the organic law 15/1999, of 13 December, of protection of data of Personal character (LOPD) defines the transfer of data as the entire revelation of data made to a person other than the person concerned. Therefore we necessarily have a communication of data by the employer to the Works Council or staff delegates (in function if it were a company of 50 or more workers). In this context, the transfer of data of the workers, only could be understood lawful if it occurs in the scope of the functions which the law attributes to the personnel delegates or the Works Council as representative bodies of all workers. This information could (access only persons authorised in order to comply with surveillance and control functions referred to in article 64(1) of the ET that specifically says that the Works Council shall have the following powers: receiving the basic copy of the contracts referred to in paragraph to) of paragraph 3 of article 8 and the extensions and notification of complaints relating thereto(in the ten days following that would place., and paragraph 9 attributed to that body to exercise a work: to) surveillance in compliance with current regulations on labour, employment and Social security matters, as well as the rest of the Covenants, conditions and uses of enterprise in force, by formulating, where appropriate, legal action against the employer and organisms or competent courts; (b) for surveillance and control of conditions of safety and hygiene in the development of the work in the company, with the characteristics laid down in this order by article 19 of this law. .

New Dates For Free Social Media Webinars

PR agency Walter Visual PR Web seminar series continues on the use of social media in the corporate communications Wiesbaden, January 11, 2010. Walter Visual PR GmbH holds 2010 free webinars on the use of social media in the corporate communications. In the online seminars, the participants learn how take advantage of the new media of the Web 2.0 for a successful dialogue with customers and prospects. The webinars will inform about the basics of dealing with modern applications. It introduces the key services, such as blogs, YouTube, Twitter and XING. It also discusses their individual benefits for the online-PR.

The participants get the 1:1-dialog of based information as well as tips from the social media experts of the PR Agency. The webinar provides all basics for the start in the social media relations. Company results a coherent picture, as you can efficiently integrate new media in their communication strategy. The dates for 2010 are available at social media training. The enormous popularity has encouraged us that Webinars continue to offer.

Many companies realize that social media is not a hype, but slowly established itself as an effective instrument of corporate communication. But there is still much need for education in Germany. Our webinars to provide impetus and actively inform”, explains Dennis Pfeifer, social media consultant at Walter Visual PR. About Walter Visual PR GmbH: Walter Visual PR GmbH is an owner-managed PR Agency, specifically offering PR services for companies in the IT and telecommunications industries, as well as new technologies. Seven staff will take care of the press and public relations in the areas of ECM/DMS, output management, storage, security, E-business, Internet, ERP and standard software. PR agency opts for PR images such as graphics, collages and photos complement the press releases including the visualization of PR messages with the help of meaningful. The references of the PR agency include companies such as CAS, ComLine, COPARGO, CSP, intarsys, JVC, Prism Informatics, ReadSoft and TeleCash. Contact: Walter Visual PR GmbH Mr. Dennis Pfeifer Rheinstrasse 99 65185 Wiesbaden Tel.: 06 11 / 23 878-0 fax: 06 11 / 23 878-23 E-mail: Internet: