Principles or a watered-down collective agreement that deals only with general affairs. ATTs are instruments negotiated and agreed between representatives of companies and workers to reflect, at transnational level (with the exception of applicable jurisdictions and legislation), issues that govern labour relations in a transversal way, firm issues outside trends, principles that constitute the hard core of employment relations, regardless of the applicable legislation. the people who run the organization, management trends and even the minimum legal requirements that exist in each country. This is why the signing of an ATT strengthens relations between companies and workers by establishing clear and stable rules that settle daily disputes (including when negotiating other agreements between the parties) and allows, among other things, to find a solution, in a globalized world where a large percentage of companies have been constrained after years of crisis, Looking beyond borders to develop, or even survive, is now to understand what transnational corporate agreements are. (TCA) and why they are so useful. An ATT is not a simple statement of we are not talking about signing the latest fashion. We`re also not talking about giving the company a facelift to appear in the latest rankings. We are simply talking about agreeing and documenting the values and ideals that identify and differentiate the work we do, that actually identify our ideals (and those of our colleagues) and that go beyond minimum regulatory requirements, while also showing the roadmap and the goal pursued. All this is also linked to the management of labour relations and the transitional agreements of companies which, regardless of their displeasing, will be increasingly used in the globalised and interconnected world in which we live. Once the contractual QoS ACA is established, the QoS-TCA settings are imposed in some or all participating devices by deriving them into configuration information on the respective devices.
The network administrator translates QoS-TCA into QoS directives using a router-specific delivery language. In a multi-vendor network, translating TCAs into a technology- and manufacturer-specific configuration requires the network administrator to consider the specific configuration of each vendor. There is no standard protocol for translating CAW agreements into technical clauses and configurations and, as a result, the steps of out-of-band learning of negotiated ATTs and making them available in manufacturer-specific language can be complex and error-prone. Sounds like science fiction, doesn`t it? An international agreement negotiated with workers` representatives that governs issues such as working time. It seems impossible. And yet, these agreements have been signed for more than 10 years and there are already 300 transnational agreements identified in the joint database of the International Labour Organization and the European Commission, which have been signed in all kinds of sectors and which govern issues as varied as pensions, outsourcing processes, the measurement of work efficiency or simple policy statements (in the simplest versions of the TCAs). . .