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New complaint presented by trade union organisations before the Single Entry Point (SEP) of the European Commission

For the first time since its creation, a complaint has been presented by trade union organisations before the Single Entry Point (SEP) of the European Commis

USB v. Italy

A complaint regarding Article 6§4 (right to collective bargaining) of the Revised Social Charter (the Charter) has been lodged by the trade union Unione Sind

British trade unions file a complaint with the ILO Committee on Freedom of Association (CFA)

P&O Ferries sackings lead to ILO complaint

ILO Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190)

Albania ratifies ILO Convention 190, becoming the fourth country in Europe to do so following Greece, Italy and San Marino.

SAP SE v IG Metall and ver.di

The oral hearing took place on 7 February 2022.

Pending collective complaints against Norway based on the Additional Protocol to the European Social Charter

SMB Norge v. Norway - Complaint No. 198/2021

FFFS v. Norway - Complaint No. 209/2022

Attack on trade union freedom and the right to strike in Belgium

Belgian Supreme Court upholds criminal convictions in the case of "Cheratte Bridge"

The Governing Body of the ILO has set up a tripartite committee to examine the representation lodged by the ZSSS

The Association of Free Trade Unions of Slovenia (ZSSS) considers the Slovenian Republic to have failed to observe the ILO Occupational Safety and Health Con

The Council adopts its position in favour of the proposal for a directive on improving the gender balance among non-executive directors of companies listed on stock exchanges

The law aims to set a quantitative target for the proportion of members of the under-represented sex on the boards of listed companies

Luxembourg votes in favour of a bill regulating telework in companies

On 16 March,  Luxembourg’s Chamber of Deputies voted in favour of a bill amending the Code du Travail and regulating the implementation of telework in c

UK considers banning ferries not paying the national minimum wage from docking in British ports

In a response to the mass dismissal of workers on board P&O ferries, the UK government intends to change its policy on minimum wage for ferry workers