Electricity, COVID-19, South East European Energy Community, Joint Statement, Position paper
In March 2020, the European Trade Union Federations [ETUFs] published joint guidelines for EWC, SNB and SE Works Council members and coordinators on how these bodies should operate during and deal with the COVID-19 crisis.
Statement on Covid-19 and its aftermath by EU social partners in central governments: investing in public sector staff
Social partners for central government administrations -EUPAE, on the employers’ side representing 18 EU governments and TUNED, for the trade unions led by EPSU- reached a joint statement on Covid-19 and its aftermath, following an online meeting on 26 June 2020.
Migrant workers in Europe are on the frontline of the response to the COVID-19 crisis. Now more than ever, the crucial contribution of migrant workers to support European economies, public services and fill labour shortages is crystal clear.
In these times of public health crisis, digital technologies enable the electricity sector to keep the lights on, adapting traditional models from generation to smart infrastructure in our constantly transforming industry.
EURELECTRIC/IndustriAll Europe/EPSU Joint Press Release (27 June 2016) Today Employers and trade unions have signed a landmark agreement to provide minimum standards for trainees in the European electricity sector.Jan Willem Goudriaan, General Secretary of the European Federation of Public Service
EURELECTRIC/IndustriAll Europe/EPSU Joint Position on addressing measures to mitigate social impacts