European Trade Union Institute, ETUI.

Restructurings: workers' health at crisis point

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  • Labour inspection: a public service in crisis

    Labour inspection: a public service in crisis

    Labour inspection services across Europe have been going through an existential crisis. With few exceptions, workforces have been reduced while inspectors have been assigned more extensive duties. Faced with these transformations in the world of work, the sheer scale of their mission can leave labour inspectors feeling powerless.

  • HesaMag 13 - Construction workers at the mercy of social dumping

    Construction workers at the mercy of social dumping

    Besides the challenge of combatting social dumping, the special report addresses other major concerns for building workers and their unions: the continuing exposure to asbestos, women's access to this industry and improving the safety of construction machinery.

  • HesaMag 12 - Women at work

    Women at work: in search of recognition

    Equality for men and women in the workplace has been one of the longest standing aims of European social policy. Forty years after the adoption of the first Directive, and in spite of numerous initiatives by the European Union, there is still a long way to go to achieve full gender equality in the workplace.

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