ETUC Mid-term Conference

Date and venue The ETUC Mid-term Conference will take place from 30 to 31 May, 2017, in Rome. Agenda • Panel discussions. • Examination and adoption of the Declaration(s). • Amendments to the Constitution. – Examination of the Ad-Hoc Constitution Committee activity report. – Adoption of the amendments to the Constitution

ETUC Extraordinary Enlarged Steering Committee

The ETUC is convening an Extraordinary Enlarged Steering Committee, for Trade Union Leaders only, to coordinate and discuss on: • The European Pillar of Social Rights • The White Paper on the future of Europe and the Reflection documents linked to it • AOB

Building on experiences : a win-win approach to transnational industrial relations in multinational companies

Lead Applicant : European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) Associated organisations : BusinessEurope, CEEP, BDA, DA, MEDEF, EFBWW, EFFAT, EFJ, EPSU, ETF, IndustriAll and UNI Europa Project financially supported by : DG EMPL 01 Budget Line – European Union In recent years, Transnational Company Agreements (TCAs) have become an increasing practice in multinational companies (MNCs). This is the result of the internationalisation of industrial relations in which European and International trade unions (TUs) on the one hand, and some MNC’s, on the other hand, have found a common ground for action. In previous years, both the ETUC and BUSINESSEUROPE have worked…

Meeting ETUC and ETUFs GS as well as the Get Together

4pm-6pm: meeting ETUC and ETUFs GS Agenda: 1) Cooperation between ETUC and ETUFs 2) Dealing with the Commission and the future of Europe 3) Pay rise campaign and mobilising our member organisations 4) Future of work 5) Organising and capcity building 6) AOB 6pm-8pm:  Get Together

Europe needs to talk about #OurPayRise

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) joined the campaign launched by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) advocating for a pay rise for workers throughout Europe. On 14th and 15th February, European trade unionists have been discussing the need for pay rises with employers and government at a conference in Brussels. Today, wealth and wage inequality is on the rise and workers’ rights such as collective bargaining should be encouraged and promoted by all. That is why the European trade union movement has banded together in this campaign to make sure workers get their pay rise. “Europe needs to talk…

TCA Project meeting

BUILDING ON EXPERIENCES: A WIN-WIN APPROACH TO TRANSNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES Lead Applicant: European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC). Associated organisations: BusinessEurope, CEEP, BDA, DA, MEDEF, EFBWW, EFFAT, EFJ, EPSU, ETF, IndustriAll and UNI Europa.

ETUC event ‘Time for Our Recovery – Europe needs a pay rise’

The ETUC event ‘Time for Our Recovery – Europe needs a pay rise’ will be the opportunity to launch the Europe-wide campaign for a pay rise for workers in Europe (the EFJ is partner of the campaign). The event starts on February 14 at 14:30 and finishes on February 15 at 13:00. The afternoon of the 14th will be a public event to which trade unionists, employers, high level representatives of national Governments and EU institutions will discuss and debate why Europe needs a pay rise and how a pay rise would be good for the economy and for social justice.…

EU Conference on the European Pillar of Social Rights

The European Pillar of Social Rights: going forward together In March the European Commission published a first outline of the European Pillar of Social Rights and launched a broad public consultation to gather views and feedback. On 23 January 2017, the Commission will organise a high level conference in Brussels, which will be a unique opportunity to take stock of the consultation and to contribute to shaping the European Pillar of Social Rights. The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) will be represented by its director Renate Schroeder. see programme: http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?langId=en&catId=1226&eventsId=1187&furtherEvents=yes      

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