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Workers protected and union role strengthened in updated agreement with the ECB

Wednesday 24 April 2019

UNI Europa and the other trade union federations representing Europe’s central banks workers have signed an updated agreement with outgoing ECB President Mario Draghi, guaranteeing a bigger role going forward for worker representatives in the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) social dialogue. The signing ceremony took place at the ECB in Frankfurt on 3…

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Young finance union activists take part in European training on future of work

Wednesday 24 April 2019

After the success of the 2018 UNI Finance Youth Academy training project (see more here), in April 2019 three of our young finance sector trade union activists were given the opportunity to take part in a follow-up training offered by the ETUC and ETUI, once again in partnership with ILO-ACTRAV. Alessandra Cialdani (FISAC-CGIL, Italy), Jorge Maeso…

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UNI Europa Finance affiliates launch EU project on inclusion of people with disabilities in European Works Councils

Friday 19 April 2019

Fifteen UNI Europa Finance affiliates, led by Italian trade union FIRST-CISL, have launched an EU-funded project on: “Non-financial reporting directive (2014/95/EU): an opportunity to develop the participation and inclusion rights of people with disabilities and prevent the risk of social dumping. The crucial role of EWCs and Trade Unions”.  The first meeting was held in…

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Call for Tender: European bank sector social partners looking for external expertise for second phase EU-funded project on impact of regulation on employment

Monday 25 February 2019

UNI Europa Finance and our European social partners in the banking sector – EBF, ESBG and EACB – have launched an EU-funded follow-up project on ‘The Impact of banking regulation on employment: Analysing best practice at European, national and company level and developing joint approaches through European Social Dialogue’, which will run for 2 years…

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