Union Rights, Gender pay gap, Report, Constituency
Respect for trade union rights, collective bargaining and social dialogue part of our democratic values – say North East European constituency unions
The EPSU affiliates of North East Europe expressed their concerns about developments in the region in the online meeting of the North East European constituency on 3 March. They received information about the situation in Armenia, Belarus, Georgia and Ukraine.
EPSU report on the gender pay gap in public services across Europe pointed to positive change between 2010-16 with the gender pay gap falling in education, health and social work and public administration (central and local government) and generally narrower than in the business sector.
Pension reform, low wages, concerns of young workers and more addressed in the Russia-Central Asia Constituency meeting
The unions of the constituency met in a situation of much turmoil in Russia. Protests have taken place across the country against proposed reforms of the pension system.
(6 October 2016) Attacks on trade unions and the worsening labour rights situation in the Republic of Korea were one of the main items on the agenda of the Domestic Advisory Group (DAG) of the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA) that met on 5 October. The EU DAG and its counterpart in Korea oversee
(27 April 2016) The impressive work EPSU did in 2015 to defend and promote the interests of Europe’s public service workers and our communities is now available. The EPSU Executive approved the report. You can read about:Our continued work for tax justice. We want corporations and the rich to pay