The ETUCLEX database displays a selection of European, national and international cases of relevance for the workers', social and trade union rights.
In this case the complainant organisation, Confédération générale du travail (CGT), alleges that the “indivisible thirtieth” rule which is laid down by
In this case, a complaint was lodged by the Confédération française démocratique du travail (CFDT) with the European Committee of Social Rights (the Committe
In their complaints, the complainant organisations, CGT-FO and CGT, asked the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) to find that the reforms made to the
Directive 2006/123/EC – Scope – Repeated short-term letting of furnished premises to a transient clientele which does not take up residence there – National
Directive 2000/31/EC — Information society services — Directive 2006/123/EC — Services — Connection of hosts, whether businesses or individuals, with accommo
The complaint was registered on 24 August 2016 and relates to Articles 1 (Right to work), 4§3 (Right to a fair remuneration - non-discrimination between wome
Services in the field of transport — Directive 2006/123/EC —Services in the internal market — Directive 98/34/EC — Information society services — Rule on inf