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In an ruling delivered on 18 July, the CJEU declared that the EU Member States can legally choose to retain their right of representation and the collective defence of workers’...

On 31 May the European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions (EFFAT) together with members of Barilla Group’s EWC in representation of their respective trade unions signed a...

For a ‘Europe on the move’ road transport has to be ‘fair’, or in other words ‘with appropriate protection for workers and conditions conducive to fair competition between businesses,” explained...

The European Commission’s social package, presented on 26 April, seeks to re-inject a social dimension in the European project, thereby aligning Europe’s citizens with the EU.

On 26 April the EU Commission presented a series of initiatives aimed at giving more impetus to the social dimension of the European Project, giving Europe back its triple A...

On 14 March, by way of two cases, one French and the other Belgian, the Court of Justice of the European Union clarified its interpretation of EU law against discrimination...

On 08 March the European social partners, BusinessEurope, UEAPME, CEEP (employers), and the ETUC (unions) presented their voluntary autonomous agreement that proposes tools and measures for employers, workers, and representative...

On the evening of 22 February, Belgian chemicals company Solvay signed an agreement with the Solvay Global Forum for social dialogue that sets a minimum social coverage standard through its...

On 21 February, the French National Assembly adopted the law that seeks to oblige France’s largest companies to undertake due diligence in order to prevent human rights violations and environmental...

The report entitled, “Working anytime, anywhere: The effects on the world of work’, jointly authored by International Labour Organization (ILO) and the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working...

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