Today, Eurocadres launched its campaign EndStress.EU. The aim of the campaign is to make a breakthrough in occupational health and safety legislation on EU level.
For over three years now, the whistleblower directive has been at the heart of Eurocadres’ activities. During the General Assembly in Lisbon, Eurocadres’ members adopted a resolution its demanding that the existing flaws of the directive should be fixed on national level.
Eliminating psychosocial risks at the workplace is a key demand for Eurocadres. Occupational health and safety must tackle both physical and mental wellbeing.
Eurocadres is calling for better re- and upskilling possibilities for workers through a resolution that was adopted at the General Assembly on 17 October.
This piece of legislation would pose a serious threat to professionals and managers, creating lock-in effects and building barriers preventing mobility.
Eurocadres – the Council of European Professional and Managerial Staff – is satisfied that the European Commission has decided to prioritise jobs, growth and investment in its working programme.
Eurocadres has together with several other NGOs from the health, environment, food safety and consumer sectors, launched a joint statement about the trade secrets directive proposal by the European Commission.
Eurocadres carried out an EU funded project on the topic “Managing CSR in Europe – The Role of Professionals and Managers in CSR” in partnership with CEC European Manager
Committees of the European Parliament will be engaged in the hearings of the Commissioners-designate. For three of the candidates Eurocadres has proposed questions that have been sent to MEP:s of…
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