Today, the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU) released an EU study on job reductions in tax administrations that highlights the need to invest in the prevention of tax evasion and fraud.
Ensuring workers were safe and equipped with personal protective equipment was one of the first priorities of trade unions in the early days of the pandemic.
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Agreement for municipal and health managers
Unions call on government to honour agreements
Government confirms pay rise for one in five in public sector
€34 million boost for health and care workers' pay and conditions
Report reveals extent of temporary and part-time work in health and social care
IN THIS ISSUE
Unions secure €1 billion for health workers' pay and conditions
Unions challenge government to implement agreements
Unions make progress with "health offensive" campaign
COVID-19 benefits for health workers
Union wants working time to feature in telework debate
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Union prepares for tough bargaining
Care staff get EUR 1000 corona-bonus
Health and social care unions in action again
Week of action in protest at labour law reforms
Social security unions challenge management over broken agreement