As explained in more detail in the following entry on the Company Constitution, there are certain measures that the employer can only introduce after the conclusion of a company agreement with the works council (considered a necessary company agreement). Secondly, there are other measures and issues on which one of the parties may impose a company agreement: in the event of non-agreement, the person concerned has the right to refer the case to a conciliation body competent for the mediation trial and which is authorized, in case of failure, to decide the case itself. An agreement dealing with these issues, either by the parties or through the board of directors, is therefore considered an enforceable company agreement. . . .