Web site of the weekOn 20 Feb 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Ifyour new global status means you need to know the structure of the Greek tradeunion movement in a hurry or how many public holidays Iceland has, then youwill thank your 13 EU stars for the European HR-related data resource from theFederation of European Employers (FedEE). TheFedEE site can rightly claim to be a pioneer in informational Web sites, havinglaunched in 1995 on the back of a wire service introduced six years before.Manyareas of the site are free to access but to get the maximum out of it, werecommend joining the FedEE at £316.46 plus VAT (renewable in August 2002 – seeterms and conditions) so you can enter the members’ section. Thisis broken down into four sections – pay data, employment law (withcountry-by-country summaries and legal profiles by Baker & MacKenzie, modelpolicies (soon to feature flexible working,equal opportunities and employeerelations), and a presentation section, offering downloadable slide shows formembers who cannot always make the federation’s seminars. HRprofessionals can also sign up to e-mail alerts, join an e-group, where you canpost a message for fellow professionals to discuss, and shop at a handybookstore.http://www.fedee.com/ Related posts:No related photos.