ETUC sends clear message to Commission on pay and bargaining

As the European Commission publishes its country reports in the latest phase of the European Semester, the ETUC has coordinated a clear message from its affiliates on how policy needs to change. Using information provided from 21 countries the ETUC makes the case for stable and reliable working contracts; increasing minimum wages towards 60% of average (median) wages and revitalising collective bargaining. [Read more at > ETUC (EN)->] [And at > CES (FR)->]

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