The project addresses the growing issue of precarious work across Europe, examining it from different perspectives policies, politics, research, and, most importantly, social actors representing workers and structuring it along 4 types of actions :
Fair working conditions
What is the
project about ?
Expertise & capacity building
Representation of workers before national and European instances
Advocacy at the EU & national levels
The project consists of a series of opening/ closing events and an online platform for communication and training for CESI trade union members and EU workers in general to gain knowledge, express concerns, raise issues, and reflect on possible synergies to address together challenges related to precarious forms of work contracts in the EU.
. @CESIYouth we look forward to the apprenticeships webinar April 21st 💻🔜🙌! https://t.co/vEv9h7Zjcn
The @EU_Commission launched a first-stage consultation on the working conditions for platforms workers.
The precarious nature of #PlatformWork mandates effective measures for the adequate protection of the involved persons!
✍️Read our full position here:
Last days to apply in our #CallForTender to develop a survey and a comparative study on #digitalisation and #PublicServices in the EU. Deadline: 15/04
#Research #FutureOfWork #EPSR #SocialRights #DiWork #TradeUnions #Technology #WorkersRights https://t.co/1gVfGjvOBn
Spain experiences a dramatic rise in the use of atypical work contracts especially in the health sector. This trend needs to stop! #noprecariouswork Since 2014 9/ 10 new contracts in public administration are atypical.
#CESIInsides im Gespräch mit @StefanNowatsch2, zu den Herausforderungen von Schulen in Corona-Zeiten, der besonderen Bedeutung von berufsbildenden Maßnahmen, und der Anerkennung und Förderung von Berufsschulen.
#Berufsbildung #Covid19 #VET
There are no upcoming events at this time.