#CESItalks with Prof. Gianluca Sgueo member of EPRS on the future of employees in public sector, gamification in public governance and the European elections on 23 – 26 May 2019

In our latest #CESItalks interview Gianluca Sgueo, professor at New York University - Florence and member of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) spoke with CESI about the future of employees in public sector, gamification in public governance... Read more

[email protected] ‘The impacts of different tax leaks and state aid cases on EU policy’

Wednesday April 3 will see the next [email protected], this time on 'Tax evasions and state aid – A change of paradigm: The impacts of different tax leaks and state aid cases on EU policy'. Registration to the event is now open.

CESI conference addresses precarious work and lack of access to social protection

March 5 saw the launch of a new two-year project of CESI, co-funded by the European Commission, on ‘Precarious work: Empowering trade unions to address the new challenges’. A kick-off conference was held at the European Economic and Social Committee... Read more

Why is it that the EU sometimes has problems moving forward?

With the European Parliament elections ahead, CESI has been receiving an increasing number of questions from members as to why things sometimes cannot “move forward” a little faster in the EU. A commentary by CESI Secretary General Klaus Heeger and... Read more

CESI honoured for longstanding commitment in EU-OSHA Healthy Workplaces Campaigns

At this year's Good Practice Exchange Event and Award Ceremony of the 2018-2019 Healthy Workplaces Campaign of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), CESI was honoured for continued commitment as an official campaign partner... Read more