European social partners in railway transport, ETF and CER, launched a joint project “Promoting employment and quality of work in the European rail sector”, financed by the European Commission.
The aim of the project is to study the image, attractiveness, prospects and employment strategies in the sector, and contribute to identifying measures for building Прочети още
The Federation of Transport Trade Unions in Bulgaria hosted the first of a series of seminars on the project “Social working conditions in public transport companies in Europe”. Прочети още
From 21 to 24 April 2015 was held the first of four training sessions on the new Flight Time Limitations framework that will come into effect in February 2016. Colleagues from Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, France, Iceland, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Switzerland gathered in Warsaw to get acquainted with the new regulation.
That what is expected – as clarified on 22 January at MTITC annual meeting of the Operational Programme “Transport” 2007 – 2013. In the hall “Musala” of the “Hilton” hotel in Sofia, in the presence of the media and representatives of all stakeholders, including FTTUB as a member of the Supervisory Board on the program, Minister Moscowski summed what has been made so far and expressed hope that, by the end of the year, all projects will be completed and funds utilized at 100% . The 1.5 billion leva already paid are 71% of them. The delay, due mainly to heavy expropriation procedures and archaeological works, is expected to be overcome. Прочети още
The European social partners of the railway sector, the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) and the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) initiated this project to support the social dialogue in the member states and candidate countries in the Western Balkan region. This project reinforced the impact and visibility of European social dialogue outcomes in the railway sector in the Western Balkan countries. The measures strengthened the capacity of social partners of the target countries Прочети още
From 15 to 17.12.2014g. Mila Nikolova – FTTUB expert and Martin Ivanov from the CITUB visited Austria as last phase of a Confederation’s training in decent work, part of a joint international project. There, in the rich and full of meetings program, they met trainers and participants in the same training; visited labor unions, public structures, infrastructure projects and sites related to transport, in response to the interest shown by FTTUB.
During the first day the guests were given a brief presentation of the structure and way of conducting social dialogue, in which Austria differs from the other European countries. Прочети още
On 27th October 2014 a panel discussion was held on “The European face of Sofia: quality jobs for quality services in the public transport sector”, as part of a Youth forum 21st century Association project, funded by Sofia Municipality – “Youth partnership for European quality of public transport sector in the capital city”. Among the participants in the forum were Прочети още
As part of its Road transport activities for the ITF Action Week, on October 10th FTTUB met with the management of the Road Administration Executive Agency (RAEA) at the Ministry of Transport. The purpose of the meeting was to present the findings of the in-depth research into the work and life conditions of Bulgarian truck…
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On 25th September 2014 the Urban transport working group within ETF Road transport Social Dialogue committee met in Brussels. FTTUB was represented by its Executive Secretary Daniela Zlatkova. Given the expectation for the European Commission to approve an independent social dialogue committee for Urban transport, special attention was paid to the work program of the Committee for the period 2015-2019. A number of proposals for joint projects were discussed. After a long and heated debate Прочети още
ETUC study conducted across Europe in the framework of the project “Collective bargaining for equality” reached its final stage – publication of results, conclusions and recommendations. Follow-up of an extensive survey and conferences in Paris, Stockholm, Sofia and Brussels and the closing one – in Vilnius, the analysis of Dr. Jane Pillinger is available to all trade unions here.
Recommendations have been made in two directions: Прочети още