In order to comply with the European Works Council Directive, the organisation seeks to keep employees informed and to consult with employees on its activities in the UK and in Europe. To this end, the organisation has established a European Works Council under the following conditions.
A European Works Council for the organisation has been established to facilitate a process of transnational dialogue and communication between management and all of its employees [within the European Economic Area] reflecting the importance placed by the organisation on providing information to, and consulting with, its employees when conducting the management of its organisation.
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