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Leaflets to support migrant workers

Leaflets to support migrant workers

IUF and EFFAT have the pleasure to announce the release of a leaflet aimed at supporting migrant and/or posted workers in the meat industry. The leaflet is a checklist for migrant workers which they need to consider before leaving their country of origin and being...

McDonald’s reports

McDonald’s reports

McDonald’s is one of the world’s most recognized brands. Governments are increasing their scrutiny of McDonald’s tax avoidance strategies and taking action to hold McDonald’s accountable. McDonald's Golden Dodges 2015 McDonald's McJobs 2015 McDonald's Unhappy Meal...

Decent Work for Domestic Workers!

Decent Work for Domestic Workers!

The final report of the EFFAT study “Promote industrial relations in the domestic work sector in Europe”, co-financed by the European Commission, is ready! 27 trade unions, 9 employers’ associations and 6 migrant/domestic workers’ organisations from 15 European...

EFFAT Guidenance on the use of temporary agency workers

EFFAT Guidenance on the use of temporary agency workers

The use of temporary agency workers is becoming more and more common in the agriculture, tourism and food sectors. This is a checklist for trade unionists who want to address the issue of temporary work in their workplace. EFFAT Guidance on the Use of Temporary Agency...

10 Key points to fight precarious work

10 Key points to fight precarious work

Social justice should be guaranteed from farm to fork, this is why we must keep fighting against precarious work. Leaflet 10 EFFAT Key Points to Fight Precarious Work EN Leaflet 10 EFFAT Key Points to Fight Precarious Work BUL Leaflet 10 EFFAT Key Points to Fight...

EFFAT Study on precarious work

EFFAT Study on precarious work

The EU is committed to policies intended to make Europe a highly competitive, dynamic, knowledge-based economy within a framework of progressive social rights. However, this ambition does not match what trade unions are seeing on the ground. This study shows that...