Essential but unprotected: highly mobile workers in the EU during the Covid-19 pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that highly mobile workers who frequently move either within or in and out of the European Union (EU) are irreplaceable during a public health crisis. Nevertheless, they often remain the least protected and most vulnerable. Measures introduced to protect workers in... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Collective Bargaining developments April 2015

Highlights of the April issue of the Collective Bargaining newsletter with the following most... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Summer reading: Intra-EU labour mobility, discrimination and racism at work

The debate on the free movement of labour within the EU has moved into the foreground as result of... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Collective Bargaining developments November 2016

Here are the most important developments at European and member state level from the November issue of the Collective Bargaining newsletter: Find out more

June 10, 2020

ETUI stands with the Central European University (CEU) in support of academic freedom in Hungary!

In the framework of the recent events in Hungary concerning the Central European University (CEU), the ETUI has written a letter of... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Giving Juncker’s Proposed European Labour Authority Real Clout

Every year the State of the Union speech (SOTEU) serves a certain purpose. This year it was all about encouragement and promise. It was all... Find out more

June 10, 2020

EU Labour Migration in Troubled Times

The debate on the free movement of labour within the EU has gained new momentum in the wake of the economic crisis. A new ETUI publication... Find out more

June 10, 2020

Croatia: Government eases entrance of foreign labour

Although unemployment in Croatia remains high, companies are experiencing difficulties finding employees. The problem has led to intensive... Find out more