Corporate Social Responsibility
Electricity social partners consider skill council, training, CSR, and internal market electricity and gas
Skills, CSR, employment, South East European energy community discussed in electricity social dialogue
(April 2017) The International Labour Organisation has issued new guidelines for multinational enterprises. The revision has added to the longstanding ILO declaration by adding principles addressing specific decent work issues related to social security, forced labour, transition from the informal to the formal economy, wages, access to remedy and compensation of victims. The principles have been agreed with employers, trade unions and governments and set out responsibilities for public authorities.
Europe needs a pay rise to reverse slump in wage share and to ensure a fairer redistribution of productivity gains.The share of economic output going to working people as wages has fallen steadily over the past 40 years. This is the main conclusion of a new analysis from the European Trade Union
Trade unions set up global union network in German multinational Fresenius active in care and renal dialysis
The German company Fresenius active across the global in care, renal dialysis and medical products is quickly building a reputation of a company that does not respect its workers.
EPSU has co-signed an appeal of 88 organisations which demands the European Commission introduce new corporate accountability legislation requiring companies to respect human rights and the environment in their global value chains and operations.