European trade unions call for immediate EU legal protection for whistleblowers.
Conference on the impact of digitalisation on the work of professionals and managers in Paris on 14 October 2016.
Une onférence sur l’impact de la digitalisation sur le travail des cadres, managers ou experts le 14 octobre 2016 à Paris.
In a time when we should be taking down borders rather than raising new ones the outcome of the UK referendum is sad and worrying, says Martin Jefflén, President of Eurocadres.
European conference on IPR in Brussels in September 2016. The participants will address political implications on society, companies and employees.
Eurocadres welcomes the Commission initiative to foster a framework of integrated reporting bringing together financial and non-financial information. Eurocadres sees it as an important part of CSR.
On May 4th the Greens EFA present a draft directive on EU-wide whistleblower protection. Eurocadres has read the directive. –What this draft proposal clearly has proved is that workers rights…
On April 26 Eurocadres hosted a meeting on trade union coordination on the issue of whistleblower protection. National trade unions, confederations and European Trade Union Federations were represented and the…
Last week the Commission made a worrying statement about visa reciprocity with the USA. Rather than a development creating more obstacles for Transatlantic mobility the EU should work for making it easier to work and travel across the pond.
Many of our members are researchers, teachers, journalists, authors, engineers or IT workers who are involved in creative work and are, as a consequence, possible intellectual property right holders.
–We express our condolences and warmest support with viticims, injured and their close ones in the Brussels attacks. Belgium and Europe needs to stand strong and united against these continued…
In today’s Tripartite Social Summit, March 16th 2016, Eurocadres made a call for a European-wide whistleblower protection. The Trade Secrets directive is now getting close to a vote, and that…
Higher education has to be the number one priority for governments and not the first austerity target. Eurocadres believes that a strong European economy will be reached by supporting higher education and research.
Many professions will lose job positions, whereas new will grow. As a result, many of these new jobs will require a different set of skills.