This framework agreement is the shared commitment of the European cross-sectoral social partners to optimise the bene
In response to the challenges deriving from demographic change, the European social partners, the ETUC, BusinessEurop
Achieving an inclusive labour market is a multi-faceted challenge and a key concern for European social partners.
A Framework Agreement on parental leave was concluded by the European cross-industry social partner organisations (ET
Mutual respect for the dignity of others at all levels within the workplace is one of the key characteristics of succ
Work-related stress has been identified at international, European and national levels as a concern for both employer
On 16 July 2002, ETUC, UNICE/UEAPME and CEEP signed a framework agreement on telework.
Setting the right balance between the need to preserve the flexibility and the job creating dynamism generated by fix
The general cross-industry organisations UNICE, CEEP and the ETUC concluded, on 6 June 1997, a Framework Agreement on
The European Council spent over ten years (from 1983 to 1994) debating a proposal for a directive on parental leave o