Rocco Palombella re-elected as General Secretary of UILM
30 September 2014   Rocco Palombella has been re-elected as General Secretary at the 15th Congress of UILM held in Villa San Giovanni, close to Reggio Calabria. The newly re-elected General Secretary remarked that the Congress was proving to be a great success and was pleased with the number of young trade union delegates in attendance. Palombella concluded by stating that there is a future in Italy, both for trade unions and for industry. Italy is at a turning point and we all can look to the future with confidence! read more

Regions Southern region 

Alstom General Electric: in favour of an industrial strategy for sustainable employment in Europe
29 September 2014   Three months after the decision by Alstom to sell its Energy division to General Electric (GE), the European trade unions, gathered in Brussels, are questioning the industrial ambitions and employment-related consequences of this unprecedented reorganisation for the European energy and railway construction sectors. read more

Company Policy Energy 


EU needs Long-Term and Quality Based Competitiveness
29 September 2014   IndustriAll Europe demands a mainstreaming of the long-term, quality-based competitiveness of industry. For this reason, industriAll Europe welcomes the conclusions of the Competitiveness Council on 25 September 2014, which have asked for a mainstreaming of industrial competitiveness. IndustriAll Europe is, however, concerned by the unspecified usage of the word "competitiveness", and demands that this mainstreaming be in the direction of long-term, quality-based competitiveness of European industry. read more

Industrial Policy 


Creating Jobs in East and West: Trade Union Demands on Energy Policy
26 September 2014   There is a general consensus of support amongst industriAll Europe’s affiliated trade unions on the 2030 Framework on Energy and Climate Policies. This was the main outcome of a recent joint Conference held by industriAll Europe and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. However, participants very clearly expressed their key demands on a “social just transition” process that takes the needs and problems of industrial workers into account. read more

Industrial Policy Energy 


More Employment, Decent Jobs – Stop precarious work in Europe!
22 September 2014   On 7th October 2014, the World Day for Decent Work, European trade unions all over Europe will take action for a European economy which has to be based on decent jobs, not on precariousness. Men and women have to be able to earn their living by working, without having to end up in precarious and/or badly paid jobs. Quality jobs with decent wages and decent working conditions are a right for every worker in Europe. As European Trade Unions, we will continue to act jointly against precarious work. We will not be played off against each other, not at transnational level, nor on sectoral level, nor on company level. read more

Collective Bargaining 


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2014
30 Sep
1 Oct
Meeting of the Shipbuilding Committee
Bremen 
1 Oct ICT Sector Committee
Luxembourg 
2 Oct Sector Committee Defence
Luxembourg 
6-7 Oct Meeting of IndustriAll Europe Eastern Region
Budapest 
14-15 Oct Industrial Policy Committee
Luxembourg 
15 Oct SD Paper - Plenary
Brussels 
16 Oct MET Social Dialogue with CEEMET - Working groups
Brussels 
20 Oct TCL Sector Committee
Luxembourg 
21 Oct SD Shipbuilding - meeting
CANCELLED 
21 Oct Social Dialogue committee
Luxembourg 
22-23 Oct Company Policy committee
Luxembourg 
24 Oct SD Steel - Working groups
Brussels 
28-29 Oct Collective Bargaining & Social Policy Committee
Luxembourg 
30 Oct Steering committee
Brussels 
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