Yesterday’s vote (4 July) in the European Parliament extends the EC proposal for public country-by-country reporting -CBCR- by large multinationals to all their operations worldwide, not just those in the EU.
The final weeks of the year will be busy ones. We expect proposals from the European Commission to integrate the Fiscal Compact in EU legislation.
With EU pillar of social rights in place, time is ticking for Commission to deliver on social partner agreements
Europe’s unions made their voice heard over the past few weeks leading up to the declaration of the EU Pillar of Social Rights in Gothenburg on 17 November.
For Didier Baur
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Public sector workers to get 2.33% increase from 1 January
Regional government employees stage pay protest
Union aims for pay agreement across social services
Bargaining will feature key demand on equal pay
Pay and zero hours contracts feature in private social services bargaining
In this issue:
Unions mobilise over pay, jobs and lost rights
Health union negotiates staffing agreement
Waste workers win pay dispute while energy workers take strike action
Union calls on municipalities to end contracts with nursing agency
Protests lead to action on ambulance staffing
IN THIS ISSUE
Childcare sector negotiations begin
Public service federations launch campaign for jobs
Survey exposes staffing problem in nursing homes
Minimum wages need major boost
Union campaigns on pay restoration for care workers