Steps towards fair traineeships
Boost for critical sector
Directive must benefit workers
Common practice or breach of EU law?
Changes needed to the Media Freedom Act
Oxfam illustrate the growing gap in society
No guarantees as of yet, but positive signs for robust legislation
Where will the Swedish presidency look to deliver?
French court fines platform for refusal to recognise working status
Newsletter How the French presidency can deliver for European workers 17.12.2021DigitalisationEmploymentOccupational health and safetyPsychosocial risksSocial dialogue As Emmanuel Macron outlines his presidency priorities, a just transition must be central to…
Newsletter Progress as European Commission delivers protections for platform workers 9.12.2021EmploymentOccupational health and safetyOrganisingWorking conditions Many of the calls from trade unions are answered as draft directive outlines how platforms…
Eurocadres outlines how the fund can enable a just recovery post-COVID in European Forum event.
In a decisive majority, the European Parliament calls for a ban on the use of facial recognition in public places by law enforcement.
This week, Eurocadres spoke with Euronews’ on the importance of the directive.
The recently published ETUC/ETUI study, ‘Benchmarking Working Europe 2019’, reports that despite the rise in the number of highly skilled professionals, within the European Union (EU), there remains a gap between those highly-skilled workers and the number of appropriate jobs available to them.
Eurocadres broadly welcomes today’s provisional agreement between the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council to support the Commission’s proposal to set-up a European Labour Authority (ELA).
Newsletter ILO supporting a Brighter Future for Work 12.2.2019Employment The international Labour Organisation’s (ILOs) Global Commission on the Future of Work has published a new report titled: ‘Working for a…
The European Equal Pay Day is marked 3 November this year. European women are more and more highly-skilled, and a growing number of women graduate with tertiary education.
There has been a rapid rise in the number of workers categorized as self-employed in recent years. In 2016, 30.5 million workers within the EU 28 Member States were self-employed.
Newsletter Unions reach out to the self-employed 18.10.2018Employment A new ETUC report titled, trade union protecting self-employed workers, sets out the problems facing this growing section of Europe’s workforce. This…