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Essential care workers in Poland are winning decent pay

Thursday 26 November 2020

The second wave in Poland is having a devastating effect, with nursing homes heavily hit. In Torun, one of the early hotspots, nursing home workers have taken a stand to protect those most vulnerable to COVID-19. With under-staffing, shortages of adequate personal protective equipment (PPE), and a lack of overall resources, these long-term care workers…

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UNI Europa Finance outlines key priorities for Commissioner McGuinness

Tuesday 24 November 2020

Mairead McGuinness has been named EU Commissioner for Financial services, financial stability and Capital Markets Union. In her mandate she will be working to shape a resilient and sustainable finance sector. As social partners and historical contributors to social stability, trade unions in the sector look forward to working with Commissioner McGuinness and her team…

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For the right of self-determination of women in Poland, UNI Europa Women’s Committee stands united and condemns!

Friday 20 November 2020

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, violence and abuse against women has considerably increased in Europe. The UNI Europa Women’s Committee stands united to firmly condemn the attack on women’s reproductive rights and sexual self-determination in Poland. The country’s restrictions on abortion are among the tightest in Europe and are about to become tighter. Abortion…

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Joint approaches through European Social Dialogue: the impact of banking regulation on employment

Wednesday 18 November 2020

Since 2007, employment in the banking sector has experienced significative changes due to several factors including the 2008 financial crisis, the growth of digitalisation, market changes, and an increasingly complex EU regulatory framework. The European Social Partners (UNI Europa Finance, EBF-BCESA, ESBG and EACB) therefore set out to analyse the positive and negative effects of…

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