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Collective Bargaining news

Collective Bargaining news is EPSU’s newsletter covering developments in collective bargaining and pay and conditions in the public services across Europe. As well as general editions, EPSU also produces some special issues focusing on key topics such as minimum wages, trade union rights, pensions and economic governance. Further special issues are planned for the future. Please send us short updates on collective bargaining in your country so that we can improve the coverage of the newsletter. You can send them to rpond@epsu.org.

  • Spain

    Series of actions in health and social care

  • Sweden

    Strike action possible in private care companies

  • Slovenia

    Unions angered by change to dismissal and retirement rights

  • North Macedonia

    Union expresses concern about application of collective agreement

  • Netherlands

    Waste workers aim for 5% increase

  • Germany

    Union calls for clear national rules in childcare during pandemic

  • Austria

    Increase in minimum pay rates for childcare workers

  • U.K.

    Gas workers strike over attack on pay and conditions

  • France

    Health and social care unions continue mobilisations

  • Russia

    Legislation improves telework rights

  • Europe

    Report highlights challenges for European and national social dialogue

  • Portugal

    Unions address pay and risk supplement for waste workers

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  • Italy

    Public sector strike leads to meeting with ministers

  • Ireland

    Unions negotiate new public sector agreement and achieve breakthrough in pay dispute

  • Denmark

    Action on equal pay and low pay tops negotiating agenda

  • Germany

    Pay rise and Corona bonus for energy workers

  • Norway

    Priests on strike while childcare workers win pension improvements

  • Italy

    Energy unions address restructuring threat  

  • Portugal

    Nurses and waste workers in action

  • Netherlands

    Union prepares for state sector negotiations

  • U.K.

    Education support staff reject pay offer and pay freeze

  • Europe

    Rise in in-work poverty shows need for action on minimum wages and collective bargaining

  • Spain

    Prison unions meet minister to push for progress on pay, employment and reform

  • Europe

    Report highlights challenges facing workers in long-term care

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