Information to Be Given to Employee Representatives
The employer must give the employee representatives the following information twice a year:
Information on the number of employees broken down by business units or in other ways
Number of fixed term and part-time employees
Report on the financial situation of the company showing the development prospects of production, service or other activity, employment, profitability and cost structure.
If essential changes occur to the aforementioned information, they must be disclosed to the employee representatives (possible to implement in dialogue).
The employer must give the employee representatives the following information once a year, unless otherwise agreed:
Salary information of the employees represented by the employee representative provided in a way that no individual employee´s salary can be recognized; on request, the information must be provided broken down by occupational groups
Information regarding use of external labour
Financial statements and annual report if the employer has the obligation to draft one
If the employees do not have a representative, then it is sufficient that only information regarding the financial situation of the company is provided (paragraph 3.) at an event for the whole staff. Employee representatives must be provided with a possibility for additional enquiries in matters relating to the obligation to inform.