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‘It is crucial that cleaners and security workers’ voices are heard’ – UNI Europa Property Services elects new Vice Presidents

Friday 22 March 2019

On 21 March, UNI Europa’s Property Services Steering Committee met to discuss the strategic priorities for the coming year. These include building solidarity with cleaners in Portugal, developing a project on recruitment, retention and labour turnover across the two sectors, and developing our work on the Best Value Guide across different countries. The Steering committee…

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UNI Europa Property Services and EFCI adopt Work Programme for 2019-2020

Thursday 28 February 2019

On Thursday 21 February, the Social Dialogue in Industrial Cleaning adopted its new work programme for 2019 and 2020. Building on the success of the Best Value Guide in Cleaning Services, the social partners in Industrial Cleaning remain committed to strengthening the social dialogue at European level. Isabel Yglesias, Director of EFCI stated: ‘We are…

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Two-year project on the Anticipation of Change in the Private Security Sector concluded

Thursday 28 February 2019

For the last two years, CoESS and UNI Europa Property Services have been involved in the European Commission-funded project “Anticipating, Preparing and Managing Employment in the Private Security Industry” (VS/2017/0020). This project was the result of the CoESS-UNI Europa’s Work Programme in Private Security. The final English language report of the project can be read…

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Watch the Gap! UNI Europa Property Services launches project on  workers’ influence on outsourcing, tender processes and transfer of employment contracts

Thursday 28 February 2019

On 19 February, UNI Europa Property Services, EFFAT, ETF and EPSU had their first steering committee of the project ‘Workers’ influence on outsourcing, tender processes and transfer of employment contracts: watch the gap!’ (VP/2018/006/0014). Co-operating with Syndex, UNI Europa aims to develop an overview of workers’ and trade unions’ participation in the framework of outsourcing…

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Solidarity with ver.di’s airport security workers on strike in Germany

Thursday 10 January 2019

Following a four-hour long warning strike at one of Berlin’s airport on Monday of this week, airport security workers in Dusseldorf, Koln/Bonn and Stuttgart are on strike today. Security workers organised with ver.di services union are demanding 20 euros an hour but the employers’ association BDLS says that this is completely unreasonable. UNI Europa Property…

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