Mental health in times of COVID-19 – how to best address it?
We herewith invite you to a [email protected] meeting on Friday March 26th 2020 from 2.00pm-3.30pm
CESI Talks – The EU and workers with Monika Kiss, Policy Analyst at the European Parliament
The pandemic has impressively (and painfully) demonstrated how decisive and essential public services are and how urgently their further improvement through a stronger European dimension is needed.
[email protected] ‘Future of work: Mobile working in a post-pandemic world of work’
On March 17, CESI hosted a lunchtime debate on ‘The future of work: Mobile working in a post-pandemic world of work’, together with the Bertelsmann Stiftung
New judgements on stand-by schemes and working time
Three years after the significant ‘Matzak’ verdict of the Court of Justice of the European Union (C-518/15), the Court addressed again the fine line between working time and rest periods under the provisions of Directive 2003/88 and came to new refined conclusions regarding the interpretation of stand-by periods.
Call for tender “Digitalising public services: Making it work for citizens, business and workers”
Tender specifications for research in the framework of CESI’s project “DiWork – Digitalising public services: Making it work for citizens, business and workers”
CESI Talks – The EU and workers in times of Covid19 with Radan Kanev, Member of the European Parliament (EPP, BG)
#CESItalks is a series of conversations with MEPs and EP officials/experts on the European Parliament’s political and legislative priorities on employment, environment and digital transformation.
International Women’s Day: Kirsten Lühmann calls for EU measures on pay transparency and violence against women
On the occasion of today’s International Women’s Day, the President of CESI’s Commission on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality calls on the European Parliament and the Council to adopt a strong directive on pay transparency and on the European Commission to deliver a legislative proposal to combat violence against women.
CESI welcomes this week’s social proposals of the European Commission
This week, the European Commission put flesh to its employment, social affairs and gender equality agenda, submitting proposals to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights, to reduce gender pay gaps, to improve on the rights and opportunites of the disabled, to strengthen effective active support to employment, and to prolong the ‘escape clause’ of the Stability and Growth Pact.
DiWork – Digitalising public services: Making it work for citizens, business and workers
On Thursday 4 March, CESI Member Organisations met online for the kick-off of the European project on “Digitalising public services: Making it work for citizens, business and workers”. The two years project is co-financed with the European Commission’s funds. #DiWork
[email protected] on proper and transparent decision-making in the field of EU defence policy
CESI’s European Defence Round-Table (EDRT), hosted by MEP Lukas Mandl, met again on the 3rd of March 2021 for the second time to exchange on the current state of the European Defence Union (EDU) during COVID19.
#DiWork – Digitalising public services: Making it work for citizens, business and workers
The project aims to go in the direction of digital transformation through the identification of tools and actions, making a distinction between different sectors and selected countries with the final goal of strengthening and consolidating the basic and advanced digital skills of the employee with effective change management.
CESI Talks – EU und Arbeitnehmer in Zeiten von Covid19 mit Damian Boeselager, MEP (Greens/EFA in the European Parliament, DE)
Die Covid-19-Pandemie hat eindrucksvoll (und schmerzhaft) gezeigt, wie entscheidend und unverzichtbar öffentliche Dienste sind und wie dringend ihre weitere Verbesserung durch eine stärkere europäische Präsenz notwendig ist.
‘Seize’ the European Pillar of Social Rights! | Editorial of the Secretary-General Klaus Heeger
Upcoming on March 17: [email protected] on ‘Mobile working in a post-pandemic world of work
Wednesday, March 17 will see the next edition of CESI’s event series ‘[email protected]’ with an online panel debate on ‘Future of work: Digital world of work: Mobile working in a post-pandemic world of work?’ Registration to the event, which will be held jointly together with the Bertelsmann Stiftung, is now open.
Multi-sectoral project on “the role of social partners in preventing third-party violence and harassment at work”
HOSPEEM, EPSU, CEMR, CESI as co-applicants, and ETF, ETNO, ETUCE, EUPAE, UITP as associated organisations, have been provided with financial support from the European Commission for a joint project in the field of social dialogue: “The role of social partners in preventing third-party violence and harassment at work” for the years 2021 to 2023.