Local and Regional Government, Remunicipalisation, Training/life-long learning, Precarious employment, Work-life balance
Local and regional government workers across Europe and the globe provide essential public services which enable our cities and communities to prosper. Their working conditions, pay, and job security are closely interlinked with the quality and accessibility of services they provide – deficiencies in the former have a detrimental impact on the latter.
(2 october 2018) “It is essential that we continuously develop new skills for new roles and new jobs. Otherwise, we will not succeed with the adaptions we need to make. Otherwise, we will not preserve and develop the quality of the services municipalities and regions provide.”This was one of the
(3 February 2017) EPSU has expressed support for the strike of non-teaching staff in schools across Portugal. The unions argue that these workers face precarious employment conditions and are without a proper career structure. EPSU General Secretary Jan Willem Goudriaan said: "This group of workers