Another initiative doomed to fail
Another institution calls for legal change
Latest ETUI report paints grim picture
HesaMag places psychosocial risks in the spotlight
Where will the Swedish presidency look to deliver?
Further evidence of legislative limitations leave workers at risk
Worker’s mental health in a global spotlight
Yet again the European Parliament calls on the Commission to act.
MEPs ask for binding measures to protect workers’ health
The push to the European Commission is adopted on a vote of 551 to 30, with 110 abstentions.
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Leading Responsibly – Congress adopts ambitious policy programme to meet the challenges facing European professionals and managers
Today Eurocadres members outlined the trade union’s vision for the future of work in Europe, during our 6th congress in Madrid, Spain.
The new directive on psychosocial risks which is needed is lacking in the new EU Occupational Health & Safety Strategic Framework 2021-2027.
Trade unions fight for better health & safety in the workplace and in law and together with safety representatives play a vital role in ensuring health and safety, says Eurocadres together with 10 European trade union organisations for the 28 April International Workers Memorial Day.
Eurocadres demands a directive on work organisation and psychosocial risks for an upcoming EU Strategic Framework on Health and Safety.
Trade unions are launching a campaign for an EU law to tackle work-related stress amid a mental health crisis worsened by the lockdown.
Newsletter Launch event 15 October – Time to end stress in the EU 7.10.2020Psychosocial risks Already before the COVID-19 outbreak EU was in a stress epidemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has put additional strain…
The COVID-19 pandemic has an enormous impact on mental health and well-being. A coalition of organisations put out recommendations in a joint statement.
Until further notice, the launch event planned for 18 March will unfortunately be cancelled due to recent developments regarding COVID-19.