Healthcare professionals urge authorities to guarantee protection to those in front lines against Covid-19
Press release The European health professionals and their students’ organisations are calling on the European Commission and the governments to support and protect healthcare professionals fighting Covid-19.
Millions of workers will celebrate 1 May 2020 in confinement. We won’t be meeting in the squares or on the streets, nor in marches and demonstrations. The pandemic makes that impossible.
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IN THIS ISSUE
Unions set to strike in private health
Unions call for negotiations in public health
Care workers still not protected
Union demands full transparency on health worker infections
Union signs deal with waste company on safety and COVID-19 bonus
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Federations call for action on staffing and pay in the elder care sector
Photo action highlights call for better pay and conditions for care workers
Union focuses on care staff risks and confirms social work agreement
Union refers agency to ombudsman over COVID-19 failures
Confederations criticise failure to support health staff
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Pay and hours deal in private health and social care
Health workers benefit from crisis agreement
EPSU protests against attack on culture workers' pay and conditions
Union welcomes recognition of COVID-19 as occupational disease
Pay and tax measures to benefit health workers