EPSU has today sent a letter to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Minister for Human Resources, Miklós Kásler, to protest over government plans to change the legal status of culture workers – those working in museums, libraries, archives and public cultural institutes.
Apr. 14, 2020
Apr. 09, 2020
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.
Feb. 27, 2020
EU social partners in central governments agreed a joint contribution to the Commission consultation on fair minimum wages
EU social partners in central/federal governments, representing some 8 million employees, have agreed a joint contribution to the Commission’s first phase consultation.
Feb. 26, 2020
Local and Regional Governments Social Dialogue committee adopts joint reaction to consultation on fair minimum wages
In its first meeting in 2020, the Social dialogue Committee adopted a joint reaction on fair minimum wages, as part of the first-stage consultation of social partners on Fair Minimum Wages in the EU
Feb. 04, 2020
Thirty-five participants from 18 countries met in Brussels on 30 January to discuss the European Commission’s consultation document on fair minimum wages and the ETUC’s draft response.
Feb. 03, 2020
This joint project looked at new ways to establish or reinforce existing channels that allow the involvement of social partners in the yearly mechanism of the European Semester.
Jan. 29, 2020
The Social Dialogue Committee for central/federal governments approved the checklist of dos and don’ts on digitalisation and work/life balance, the key outcome of a two-year EC funded project.
Dec. 09, 2019
The Social Dialogue Committee of Local and Regional Governments adopts its New Work Programme 2020 – 2022
On November 27, the Social Dialogue Committee of Local and Regional Governments met in Brussels to discuss the past mandate and to adopt the new work programme for the next three years (2020 – 2022).