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Uberisation of Society and Workers’ Rights

Friday 29 November 2019

During the 2019 Brussels European Forum, Director of Post & Logistics and Services’ Social Dialogue Coordinator Dimitris Theodorakis delivered UNI Europa’s message in the panel debate on the UBERIZATION OF THE SOCIETY AND WORKERS’ RIGHTS. The panel was moderated by Marc Botenga MEP, GUE/NGL.

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ERGOHAIR Project outcomes

Monday 14 October 2019

The objective of the project was to enhance the capacity of the social partners at European and national levels, to strengthen the effects of synergy, to improve the results of European social dialogue and to reinforce the impact and visibility of the dedicated European Social Dialogue Committee. The European social partners wanted to raise awareness…

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UNI Europa – Keep Sunday Special

Friday 29 March 2019

UNI Europa calls on EU to back Work-free Sunday “Do we really want to live without a Sunday, without a day where we don’t work?“, asks Oliver Roethig, Regional Secretary of the European services workers union UNI Europa. “Often workers don’t have a choice anymore. With all the negative consequences for their private lives. Our demand…

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UNI signs new global agreement with Société Générale as the bank’s commitment to labour and human rights deepens

Monday 4 February 2019

Société Générale and UNI Global Union renewed their global agreement at a ceremony in Paris today.  Christy Hoffman, UNI Global Union General Secretary and the Société Générale Group’s Director of Human Resources, Caroline Guillaumin  signed the agreement, which deepens the bank’s commitments to labour and human rights. The renewed agreement applies to all the Société…

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Global agreement ensures more workplace rights for 147,000 UniCredit workers

Thursday 24 January 2019

Leading Italian financial services company UniCredit has signed a global agreement with UNI Global Union on 22nd January that secures human and labour rights as well as responsible, sustainable sales practices for the bank’s 147,000 employees in 22 countries. The agreement, the first of its kind by an Italian financial services multinational, demonstrates UniCredit’s commitment…

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