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
The European social partners reject the inevitability of a lost generation.
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
The European social partners, UNICE/UEAPME, CEEP and ETUC, are committed to enhancing gender equality on the labour m
Work-related stress has been identified at international, European and national levels as a concern for both employer
In March 2002, the European social partners adopted a framework of actions for the lifelong development of competence
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