Eurofound yearbook 2013 finds negative effects on central administration working conditions

Eurofound, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, highlights in an annual yearbook the damage inflicted on staff in public administrations as a result of the crisis.

How do new technologies affect the way we work in the public sector in Europe?

27 Jun 2014, keywords :
With the internet celebrating its 25th anniversary, this year CESI Europe Academy symposium focused on the use of new technologies in the public sector. The two-day conference saw trade unions debate with NGO's, government representatives and civil... Read more

“Social dialogue is always the first victim”. TUNED delegation assesses impact of crisis

On June 20th, the TUNED delegation (Trade union delegation composed of CESI and EPSU representatives) met with EUPAN (the informal network of Directors General responsible for public administration in EU countries and the European Commission)in Athens... Read more

Urgency from ESPCO on need to address long-term unemployment and poverty

23 Jun 2014
The Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO) met last week (June 19) to discuss the upcoming European Council with debates focused on the social dimension of the EU and EMU. Representatives from the EU’s 28 Member States... Read more

Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress: over 60 organisations across Europe join EU-OSHA’s 2014–15 Campaign

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) announced the first wave of EU official campaign partners for its 2014–15 Campaign, Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress (#EUmanagestress). The campaign partners come from a variety of sectors... Read more