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New publication: collective bargaining systems in Europe

Tuesday 27 April 2021

Within Europe, free collective bargaining is a cornerstone of democratic societies. It enables employers and trade unions, as autonomous bargaining parties, to freely determine the terms and conditions of the employment relationship. By ensuring minimum standards of pay, working time and other working conditions, in particular for those with weak individual negotiating power, collective bargaining…

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Services unions’ input to the Digital Services Act package

Wednesday 9 September 2020

The European Union’s upcoming Digital Services Act (DSA) Package, which will aim to strengthen the Single Market for digital services and foster innovation and competitiveness online, has direct implications for services workers. UNI Europa has provided three distinct responses to the European Commission consultation on the Digital Services Act: one response focussed on Amazon’s gatekeeping…

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Save Our Post – European postal workers’ campaign

Friday 15 May 2020

Our vision of a sustainable future for the postal industry. In the wake of the review of the Postal Services Directive, postal workers and their trade unions join forces to let EU decision-makers know what our priorities are for the postal sector and what postal services we want to see in the future. Our demands…

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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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