Articles with tag : trade-union-pluralism

Juncker’s State of the Union speech: Implementation and financing of the Social Pillar key for CESI

In the frame of a his yearly State of the Union address to the European Parliament plenary, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker today stated that "the wind is back in Europe's sails." In a first reaction, CESI Secretary General Klaus... Read more

Success for Belgian CESI affiliates: Belgian constitutional court re-affirms the right of collective bargaining, the right to strike and participation to social elections

On July 26 the Constitutional Court of Belgium re-affirmed the annulation of the law of 3 August 2016 regarding railway matters, inserting article 114/1 within the law of July 23 1926 concerning the SNCB (Belgian railway) and the Belgians railway men.... Read more

Belgian CESI affiliate wins landmark court case on trade union pluralism

On last week Thursday, May 18, the Belgian Syndicat Independant pour Cheminots (SIC), an affiliate of CESI's member organisation UNSP (Union Nationale des Services Publics), won a landmark case at the Belgian Constitutional Court which will strengthen... Read more

CESI deeply concerned by new German wage unity law

During its meeting in Königswinter (Germany), CESI's Post & Telecommunications Trade Council adopted a reaction on behalf of CESI regarding today's adoption by the German Bundestag of a new wage unity law (Tarifeinheitsgesetz).

Nasty train drivers?

In an exclusive comment piece, Rainer Dumont du Voitel, former Vice-President of CESI, shares his opinion on the German train drivers strike and rests his case on trade union pluralism.