Women in Europe still work 59 days ‘for free’

28 Feb 2014
Today (28 February) marks European Equal Pay Day, the date in the calendar year from which women really begin to be paid for their work as compared to men. This year women in Europe effectively work 59 days ‘for free’. The day brings attention to... Read more

MEPs adopt report to enhance employment and social aspects of European Semester

25 Feb 2014
Today (25 February), the European Parliament passed, by 514 votes to 118 in its plenary session, a report on the European Semester for economic policy coordination: employment and social aspects. The report is reflective on how the EU’s cycle of economic... Read more

CESI President Romain Wolff wants to see the next Parliament build a more social Europe

Today, CESI President Romain Wolff joins the campaign to encourage voters to express what kind of Europe they want to see through participating in the upcoming European Parliament elections. With campaigning already underway throughout Europe, CESI has... Read more

“The last crisis took 17 years to return to pre-crisis employment levels” CESI speaks to…Edit Bauer MEP

21 Feb 2014
With the elections to European Parliament in just over 3 months (22-25 May 2014), it is important that CESI’s members are well informed about the work of current MEPs. CESI is speaking to MEPs working in the Employment and Social Affairs Committee and... Read more

EU report on employment and social situation: what does it mean for EU policy?

20 Feb 2014
This week (18 February), Commissioner for Employment and Social Affairs László Andor, Commission and national government representatives, social partners and civil society gathered to debate the recent report on Employment and Social Developments in... Read more