(Press Release) ‘I am proud that many of our affiliates support, defend and organise undocumented migrants, as they fight for access to public services, such as health and education’, said EPSU General Secretary, Jan Willem Goudriaan.
Welcome to this special edition of the EPSU Newsletter, two crucial events took place in the European trade unions and European Union sphere, last week, which we believe merit the focus of their own publication.
CETA the EU-Canadian trade deal will be voted on at the European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg this week.
Welcome to the latest edition of the EPSU newsletter. Read about how protests against the EU-Canadian trade agreement CETA have intensified as the European Parliament plenary vote approaches, now expected on February 15th.
epsucob@NEWS is EPSU’s newsletter covering developments in collective bargaining and pay and conditions in the public services across Europe. As well as general editions, EPSU also produces some special issues focusing on key topics such as minimum wages, trade union rights, pensions and economic governance. Further special issues are planned for the future. Please send us short updates on collective bargaining in your country so that we can improve the coverage of the newsletter. You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warning strikes and protests to support bargaining
Pay increase for workers in European institutions
Unions calls for statutory staffing levels in eldercare
Union takes to the streets in teaching assistant dispute
Union calls for agitation against fire service reorganisation
Union puts forward 6% pay claim in health company
Unions call for permanent contracts for thousands of healthworkers
Collective bargaining news across Europe
Conference debates quality employment
Support for recast posted workers directive