NEXEM launched a communication to boost the implementation of the project for “Old Age and Autonomy” presented before autumn 2019 by the French President.Read more
The Social Employers' Dutch member Actiz published an article providing facts and figures on the Dutch care sector and clarifying some common misconceptions about the sector.
Our French member NEXEM together with Hospeem member, FEHAP, has launched a communication campaign highlighting the need to enhance the wages of employees in the social care sector.
On 22nd October Nexem launched the “change lives” campaign to enhance the role of the social services workforce.
On July 1, 2020, Germany takes over the EU Council Presidency for six months. AWO (Workers' Welfare Association), whose employer’s association (AGV AWO) is a member of the Social Employers, has set its expectations and formulated its demands on the German EU Council Presidency in a position paper.
Employee and employer representatives in the social economy in Austria have concluded their negotiations on a collective agreement.
NEXEM launched a communication to boost the implementation of the project for “Old Age and Autonomy” presented before autumn 2019 by the French President.
UNIPSO, Belgian member of the Federation of European Social Employers, co-organised a conference on 14th January 2020 on the effects of digitalisation in the personal services sector, particularly on employment, on organisational processes, and on the nature and quality of services.
On 19th November, at the “Human Professions Day” in Toulouse, our Belgian member UNIPSO together with the Social Employers and in cooperation with NEXEM, participated in a round table to share their thoughts and experiences on the theme of attractiveness of care work.