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Tourism

Europe’s hotel, restaurant and catering sector features 1.8 million companies employing almost 10 million workers. Tourism is one of the few sectors of the European economy with a high potential for growth and job creation, particularly providing an entry into the labour market for young people.
Given the high percentage of atypical employment in the tourism sector, the EFFAT mission is to promote decent and fair working conditions. EFFAT activities in the tourism sector include promoting improvement and recognition of qualifications and skills, socially responsible and sustainable tourism, and strengthening social dialogue in the sector to improve working conditions.

Kerstin Howald
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Global Week of Action for Hotel Workers 2020

Global Week of Action for Hotel Workers 2020

Safe Work + Secure Jobs + Union Rights = Safe hotels . This past week Trade Unions across the globe have organized events around a global week of action for hotel workers. Under the slogan Safe Work + Secure Jobs + Union Rights = Safe hotels, EFFAT joined forces with...

Don’t miss the Ad-PHS final conference!

Don’t miss the Ad-PHS final conference!

After two years of work, the Advancing Personal and Household Services (Ad-PHS) project reached its end, so it is time to discuss its results. Go to the website of the final conference to discover the programme and start registering to the event During the event, it...