EU pay transparency proposal: sectoral employers suggest a more balanced approach
On 9 March 2022, together with partner sectoral employers organisations, we publish an article presenting our common views on the Commission’s proposal for a Directive on pay transparency in Europe. We state that the proposed measures do not address the root causes of the gender pay gap, that and exception is necessary for SMEs and propose effective measures to tackle the problem.
EFCI’s Industry Report 2021
We are presenting our “Industry Report 2021 – COVID-19 impact analyisis”. This year’s edition provides relevant insights on turnover, number of companies and employees and includes a qualitative analysis of the impact of Covid-19 on the industry during 2020.
EFCI’s Recommendations for quality-based procurement of cleaning services
“EFCI’s Recommendations for quality-based procurement of cleaning services”, a short guide providing specific recommendations for procurers who want to go a step further in their commitment towards quality-based procurement, respecting high social standards and fostering sustainability and innovation.
Multi-sectoral joint statement on minimum wages
On 5 May 2021, the EFCI together with other 9 European sectoral employer’s associations published a joint statement presenting our views on the Commission’s proposal for a Directive on minimum wages in Europe. The signatoires agree that the chosen legal basis is problematic and could lead to competence conflict in the context of setting minimum wages, disrupting the key role and independence of Social Partners and the autonomy of Member States.