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Stuttgart, 24 March 2015 - At the beginning of the new year, we often ask ourselves, what the future has in store for us. The industry may already provide a safe answer to this. It is largely agreed: We are facing a new challenge in the 21st century, the so-called industrialisation 4.0 (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more



Vienna, 08 March 2015 - Reconciliation of professional, private life and family should no longer be an exclusive women’s issue, stresses Karin Zeisel, Women’s Trade Union President of the fraction of the Christian trade unionists in the GPA-djp (FCG/GPA-djp) , on the occasion of international women's day (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Vienna, 03 March 2015 - On the occasion of the international Day for a Work free Sunday the fraction of the Christian trade unionists in the GPA-djp (FCG/GPA-djp) once more stresses the importance of the work-free Sunday. We humans need the Sunday and not just any day. We want to maintain our social contacts, our culture and religion, or to participate in clubs and associations (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


The Hague, 18 February 2015 - A number of Dutch companies support the call of the international trade union movement to also continue legitimizing the fundamental right on international level. This was stated this morning by trade union presidents Maurice Limmen (CNV) and Ton Heerts (FNV) to president Hans de Boer of the VNO-NCW (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


The Hague, 10 February 2015 - Today the Commission IMVO (International Corporate Social Responsibility) and SER (the Dutch Social-Economic Council) initiated an expert meeting on chances for developing countries. Focus of the meeting was for the commission to determine where it can be of additional value. This was done through looking at the best practices,  (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Vienna, 29 January 2015 - The labour-market is in turmoil! Work-relations are changing, permanent contracts are under pressure, security is decreasing, and a flexible attitude is demanded of people. Unlike in the past where jobs were often for life and contracts were permanent, today the palette is incredibly diverse. This is not something of the last years, but the current pace is striking (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more