2019 July epsucob@NEWS 14


  • Germany: Sector agreement covering eldercare in prospect
  • Spain: New four-year agreement in water sector
  • Italy: Positive bargaining developments for health workers
  • Austria: Union addresses problem of overworked midwives
  • Netherlands: Union campaigning secures adult minimum wage from 21
  • Ukraine: Confederation rejects World Bank demand on minimum wage
  • UK: Outsourced workers still fighting for pay and union recognition
  • Ireland: Union calls for living wage for all early years educators
  • Norway: Government intervenes to end hospital strike
  • Belgium: Union says hospitals not serious about workers' pay and conditions
  • France: Emergency service workers continue actions across the country
  • Portugal: Unions criticise government for undermining collective bargaining
  • Europe: ETUI publishes major review of collective bargaining across EU
  • Europe: Collective bargaining and digitalisation training for EPSU affiliates