National and European Administration, Social Dialogue
The European Social Dialogue Committee for Central Government Administrations (SDC CGA) was established by the European Commission in 2010.
It brings together representatives of trade unions (TUNED), led by EPSU, and employers (EUPAE) from this sector with the view to:
- improve the functioning of administrations;
- establish EU minimum standards on working conditions;
- promote social dialogue at national and European levels;
- influence EU policy on public administrations.
EUPAE (European Public Administration Employers) represents 18 EU governments including 11 as full-time members (Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Romania, Spain, and Slovakia) and 7 as observers (Germany, Austria, Hungary, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia). (The UK was a member until Brexit).
TUNED (Trade Unions' National and European Administration Delegation) consists of a majority of EPSU affiliates with complementary representativity of some affiliates from CESI (Germany, Austria, Hungary, Luxembourg and Slovenia). For the full intro' text
EU Director Generals and Trade Unions for Public Administration social dialogue progress report 29 May 2008, Slovenia
Brussels 03 June 2008 The 20-strong EPSU-led trade union delegation, TUNED, and EU-27 Director Generals for public administration held their biannual meeting on 29 May in Brdo, Slovenia. It was
(EPSU PR 14 December 2010) On 17 December 2010, the EPSU-led trade union delegation, TUNED, and, the employers’ organisation, EUPAE, will establish a European Social Dialogue committee for central government
(PR 21 December 2010) On 17 December 2010, TUNED and EUPAE established a European Social Dialogue Committee for central government administrations (Genval, Belgium). TUNED spokesperson and co-chair of the Committee
8 September 2011, 16:30 - 18:30 hrs: TUNED Preperatory meeting EPSU offices, 2nd floor 9 September 2011: Social Dialogue Committee for Central Government Administrations (SDCCGA Working Group) venue to be
European social partners for central government administrations discuss equal pay between women and men
(13 September 2011) At its 3rd working group meeting on 09 September 2011 in Brussels, the social dialogue committee for central government administrations stated that the gender pay gap is