(January 2017) The Eurofound agency has published an article looking at the extent to which the social partners are part of the national debates on digital change. The study covers the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Italy and Spain. Its assessment is that national digital debates are currently at a national level and do not yet translate into implementation at sectoral or company level in all five countries, with evidence of only a few collective agreements under negotiation in Germany.
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CANCELLED Stockholm 17-18 March 2020
EPSU developed this training project to help affiliates develop their collective bargaining policies to better address the challenges connected with the introduction and the impact of new digital technologies in the workplace.
The training will aim to provide participants with a better understanding of the exact nature of such challenges and their implications for the future of collective bargaining as a tool for regulating the new world of work.
Public procurement, digitalization, young workers, equality on the agenda of EPSU committee on Local Government
A first reflection on the themes and priorities for EPSU’s upcoming Congress in May 2019 was one of the items on the agenda of the local and regional government committee meeting on 19 September in Brussels.