Ankara attacks: CESI stands by its affiliate Bem Bir Sen

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Following yesterday's twin bombings in Ankara, CESI expresses its condolences to the Turkish citizens and stands by its Turkish affiliate, trade union Bem Bir Sen.

5 CESI affiliates take their seats as the European Economic and Social Committee starts its new term

This week marked the start of the 2015-2020 term of European Economic and Social Committee (EESC). Following their appointment at national level, 5 affiliates of CESI took up their mandates as committee members at the EESC constitutive meeting which took... Read more

World Day for Decent Work: CESI calls to advance the better jobs agenda

October 7 is World Day for Decent Work. Time to raise awareness (again) about the numerous challenges still to be addressed on the way to better working conditions for all.

CESI President Wolff: New OECD BEPS tax reform initiative could have been more ambitious

Yesterday, after 2 ½ years of preparatory work, the OECD released its long-expected Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) tax reform plan. Although the scheme, which has received “a strong agreement at the technical level” within the OECD, is an encouraging... Read more

EPSCO Council discusses social dialogue and employment policy challenges

Today, the national employment and social affairs ministers of the EU member states convened for a Council of Ministers' meeting and discussed a variety of topics related to the great employment and social policy-related challenges that the EU continues... Read more