The latest edition of collective bargaining news from the European Trade Union Institute contains several articles on developments in the public services, including resistance to privatisation in Croatia and Greece, a strike over staffing levels at Limassol hospital in Cyprus, a national strike over pay by midwives in Iceland, the latest on the six-hour-day experiement at the Svartedalen care home in Sweden and a report on pay differentials for civil servants doing the same work in Germany.
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The latest edition of collective bargaining news from the European Trade Union Institute has many articles related to the public services including news on pay developments in Croatia, Czech Republic, Ireland, Slovenia, Turkey and the UK. There is also coverage of protests and industrial action in Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and the UK.
The January issue of the European Trade Union Institute's Collective Bargaining newsletter includes over 70 articles covering more than 30 countries. This edition has several reports on developments in the public services, including action in prison services in Bulgaria, pay in the public sector in Slovenia and several stories on health and social care workers in Ireland, Italy, Malta and Poland.
The latest issue of Collective Bargaining News from the European Trade Union Institute includes nearly 100 articles covering all sectors from over 30 countries. There are several news stories from EPSU sectors including reports on a dispute in the waste sector in Belgium, the impact of austerity on health in Greece, calls for consultation over job cuts in Hungary and a strike of cleaners at the Ministry of Justice in the UK.