New Forms of Service Delivery in municipalities, good practice for occupational health and safety and social dialogue are interlinked!
CEMR and EPSU organized the final conference in Barcelona to discuss the final project report and recommendations on new forms of service delivery for municipalities, the contribution of social dialogue and well-being at work.
Future of Europe, CETA, self-employed and Pay Rise Campaign dominate discussions in ETUC Executive Committee
(3 November 2016) The European Union is confronted with several challenges and Member States do not find adequate answers. It leads to a sense of crisis of the European institutions.
(13 October 2016) Christine Jakob from EPSU participated at a Workshop in the European Parliament on Technology and Job Losses.
(7 October 2016) ETUFs informal network on digitialization met in EPSU offices to exchange view on following topics:
Local Government Sector: European Pillar of Social Rights, Digitalisation and Finnish Health Care Reform
At their meetings on 19th and 20th of September 2016, the EPSU local government unions discussed the way forward on the European Pillar of Social Rights. Esther Lynch, ETUC Confederal Secretary presented the plans and next steps on ETUC’s strategy on the European Pillar of Social Rights.
‘Public services can be a driver of employment and inclusion when it comes to digital skills’ EPSU and social partners meet Commissioner Oettinger
EPSU General Secretary, Jan Willem Goudriaan, today participated in a roundtable between trade unions and employers, and Commissioner Oettinger, responsible for digital policy at the European Commission.
The Digital Economy & Society Index (DESI) 2016, slide for the ETUI-ETUC conference on the impacts of digitalisation on the world of work. Slide from the presentation of Peter Raben, vice president of Danish central government union HK Stat for the panel "Digitalisation – more democracy in public services and public service workplaces"
(11 July 2016) Optimists hail digitalisation as a cure to all the perceived evils of cumbersome and old-fashioned public services. But is it so simple?