your new global status means you need to know the structure of the Greek trade
union movement in a hurry or how many public holidays Iceland has, then you
will thank your 13 EU stars for the European HR-related data resource from the
Federation of European Employers (FedEE).
FedEE site can rightly claim to be a pioneer in informational Web sites, having
launched in 1995 on the back of a wire service introduced six years before.
areas of the site are free to access but to get the maximum out of it, we
recommend joining the FedEE at £316.46 plus VAT (renewable in August 2002 – see
terms and conditions) so you can enter the members’ section.
is broken down into four sections – pay data, employment law (with
country-by-country summaries and legal profiles by Baker & MacKenzie, model
policies (soon to feature flexible working,equal opportunities and employee
relations), and a presentation section, offering downloadable slide shows for
members who cannot always make the federation’s seminars.
professionals can also sign up to e-mail alerts, join an e-group, where you can
post a message for fellow professionals to discuss, and shop at a handy