Collective Bargaining, Precarious employment, Economic Policy, Embassy and household staff, Economic Policy
The FSC-CCOO and FeSP-UGT public service federations have called a strike on 16 October involving workers in the government's overseas services. The strike is in protest at the freezing of salaries for the 7000 workers in the service and increasingly precarious employment conditions. The unions say that the strike is necessary as there has been no response to their demands since a meeting a meeting in June and despite a number of other protests and actions so far in 2017.
(Brussels, 4 March 2011) The European Commission has introduced a series of [legislative proposals-> http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/articles/eu_economic_situation/2010-09eu_economic_governance_proposals_en.htm] to strengthen the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) and to deal with macro-economic imbalances. These
(24 March 2011) Corporate Observatory Europe with whom EPSU collaborates in the Alter-EU and Reclaiming Public Water Network has published an interesting analysis of influence of large Capital and Big