Joint Statement on diverse and adaptable forms of work
On 25 November, the EFCI together with EuroCommerce, WEC Europe, Hotrec and FoodServiceEurope, published a Joint Statement on diverse and adaptable forms of work: part-time, fixed-term and temporary agency work adapt to the changing realities of our societies, by providing opportunities to work-life balance, support career and personal choices and foster social inclusion. While this kind of jobs equally give access to social protection and training, a new approach is needed by the Commission to recognise their contribution to the labour markets, promote and ensure that they are sufficiently protected by national legislation, including short-time work schemes in the current period.
EFCI’s views on the Commission proposal for an EU Directive on minimum wages
The EFCI has adopted a Statement on its initial concerns regarding the Commission’s proposal for a Directive on adequate minimum wages in the EU.
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.