The EFCI joins the #EU4FairWork Campaign
As an Observer Member of the European Platform tackling undeclared work, the EFCI joins the #EU4FairWork Campaign, organised by the European Commission and the European Labour Authority, to raise awareness about the benefits of declared work.
The APFS joins the EFCI
We are happy to welcome the APFS as a member of the EFCI from September 2020. The APFS will be an extremely valuable addition to the EFCI, joining our efforts to promote, support and profile the sector at European and national levels.
EFCI’s vision on the role of the Industry in the Post-Covid-19 Europe
On Monday 8 June, the EFCI is presenting its vision on the role and needs of the sector in the post-Covid-19 Europe: “The European Cleaning Industry, a key partner for the post-Covid-19”.
European employers joint statement on employment recovery
On 24 July, the EFCI, together with 8 signatory European sectoral employers and BusinessEurope, published a joint statement expressing the clear message that European employers are committed to make their best efforts to continue creating employment and create new job opportunities in Europe, highlighting at the same time their needs to be able to do so.
EFCI’s 2020 Report “The Cleaning Industry in Europe”
The EFCI published on 10 June its statistical Report 2020 “The Cleaning Industry in Europe”. It provides an overview of the main indicators and trends on the sector across Europe with the latest data available.
EFCI’s 2020 Report Online Presentation
On June 10 the EFCI will present its 2020 Report on the state of the Cleaning Industry in Europe. On the basis of the data, some of the experts whom last years were invited to talk about the future of the sector at EFCI2019 Conference will try to answer the question: Is the industry ready for the Covid-19 impact?
To participate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Covid-19: EFCI & UNI Europa Joint Statement
UNI Europa and the EFCI, Social Partners for the industrial cleaning sector have published a joint statement to highlight the essential role of our sector in this pandemic and expose our most urgent needs to ensure the protection of our workers and the continuity of our essential activities.
EFCI’s Statements on urgent needs regarding Covid-19
The EFCI published on 18 March a first statement on the urgent actions needed from decision-makers regarding the #COVID-19 and the essential role cleaning companies are playing in the sanitization of hospitals, public buildings and others space to contain the outbreak:
On 27 March the EFCI published a second statement on the urgent actions needed from decision-makers regarding the recognition of cleaning services as an essential activity, the provision of Personal Protection Equipment to cleaning agents and their freedom of movement, the protection of employment in the sector and other support actions such as specific childcare assistance for essential workers.