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.
CESI Secretary General Klaus Heeger: Supportive action by the EU to reduce VAT gaps must involve tax administration personnel
As a public consultation closes on possible supportive measures by the EU to address the substantial VAT gap in many Member States of the EU, CESI Secretary Klaus Heeger urges the European Commission to put an adequate involvement of tax administration personnel in the centre of any proposed measures or initiatives.
European Day for a Work-Free Sunday: Put synchronised free time back on the agenda
On March 3, the annual European Day for a Work-Free Sunday, CESI, as a member the European Sunday Alliance, calls on political leaders in Europe to put synchronised free time for workers back on the policy agenda.
CESI’s third-party violence at work’s project: “the end of the beginning”
CESI successfully concluded its two-year project on third-party violence at work, and despite the pandemic having influenced the activities in the last project’s phase, the initially planned deliverables were submitted to the European Commission.
CESI Talks – The EU and workers in times of Covid19 with Dimitrios Papadimoulis, European Parliament Vice-President
The Covid-19 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.
CESI urges EC to make 3rd party violence against public sector personnel a priority
As the European Commission consults on possible priorities for the next EU strategic framework on health and safety at work for the years 2021-2027, CESI calls to make the challenge of increasing third party violence against officials and public sector employees a particular area of action for the EU and the Member States during the next years.
[email protected] meeting addresses the future of healthcare: Tackling the understaffing in the health sector
On February 26th CESI met virtually with representatives of its health trade unions and EU policy makers to discuss the pressing issue of understaffing in the medical sector. CESI has long been advocating towards addressing the shortages of health professionals and for more investment in public health systems.
Precarious work in Ireland’s public sector
Government of Ireland’s PhD scholar, Ashling Seely, writes this piece within the framework of CESI’s EU co-funded project “Precarious work: empowering trade unions to address new challenges”.
The future of the European Defence Union in the context of multiple crisis: What are the new coordinates post Covid 19?
CESI invites all interested participants, and in particular all representatives of military and civilian representatives of our trade unions, to an online debate on 3rd March 2021, 3 -5 pm.
#NoPrecariousWork – Precarious work: empowering trade unions to address new challenges
On 19th of February 2021 the final conference of CESI’s EU co-funded project “Precarious work: empowering trade unions to address new challenges” took place online. While the event was moderated by Pierre Baussand, Chief of Eurofound’s Brussels Liaison Office, Joost Korte, Director-General DG EMPL, and Klaus Heeger, Secretary-General of the CESI, delivered the keynote addresses.
The future of healthcare: Tackling the understaffing in the healthcare sector
We herewith invite you to our [email protected] online event on 26th of February 2021, 2.00- 3.30 pm
CESI Webinar – EU directives on precarious work: what are the loopholes? – Sophie Robin-Olivier
Prof of European Union law at University Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne, Sophie Robin-Olivier, hosts this webinar within the project “Precarious work: empowering trade unions to address new challenges”.
CESI Talks – EU und Arbeitnehmer in Zeiten von Covid19 mit Dennis Radtke, Mitglied des Europäischen Parlaments (EVP, 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.
CESI Talks – L’UE e i lavoratori al tempo del Covid19 con Brando Benifei, Deputato al Parlamento europeo (S&D, IT)
#CESItalks è una serie di discussioni con eurodeputati e funzionari/esperti del PE sulle priorità politiche e legislative del Parlamento Europeo in materia di occupazione, ambiente e trasformazione digitale.
Closing conference “Precarious work: empowering trade unions to address new challenges
CESI trade unions and relevant stakeholders will gather to reflect on this two-year project on the 19th of February, from 10h until 13h, via Zoom. The online conference will count with interpretation in DE, EN, FR and IT.