College orientation debate on employment challenges: Good words welcome, but what counts is action

Yesterday [June 9], the European Commission's college of commissioners held an orientation debate to establish how the EU can best address existing employment challenges in Europe. CESI's welcomes this orientation debate whole-heatedly, believing... Read more

Lühmann: Don’t give up on maternity leave reform

In the context of the announcement by the European Commission that it will withdraw its maternity leave directive proposal if no progress is made on the file in negotiations between the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers by this summer,... Read more

CESI’s Trade Council ‘Central administration and finances’ calls to invest in national tax administrations

Yesterday, the 2015 meeting of CESI’s Trade Council ‘Central administration and finances’ (ACF) took place in Brussels. Addressing questions about the functioning of the EU sectoral social dialogue committee ‘Central government administrations’... Read more

Commission conference ‘A social agenda for transport’: Yes, we need adequate EU institutional support for sectoral social dialogue!

Today, the European Commissions hosted a long-awaited high-level conference on 'A social agenda for transport'. During a panel discussion dealing specifically with the role of sectoral social dialogue in the transport sector, sectoral social... Read more

EU agency report on the exploitation of migrant workers shows CESI’s work on fair labour mobility is more important than ever

Today, the EU's Vienna-based Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) published a study report which shows just how widespread the exploitation of migrant workers is in the EU. Analysing the report reveals that CESI is setting right priorities with its work... Read more