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The EFFAT Company Policy department coordinates cross-border cooperation and solidarity in transnational companies (TNCs) that operate in the EFFAT sectors. It represents and advocates EFFAT views towards TNC management, social partners, stakeholders and the European institutions. To effectively defend workers’ interests and ensure sustainable corporate governance, EFFAT promotes trade union rights, collective bargaining, information, consultation and participation rights in transnational companies. EFFAT tasks include establishing and taking part in European Works Councils (EWCs) that operate in the EFFAT sectors. This entails setting up and coordinating ethical EWCs and providing legal and technical expertise to Special Negotiating Bodies (SNBs) and European Works Councils. The EFFAT Company Policy department advocates EFFAT principles and views with respect to EU dossiers such as workers’ participation, labour law, company law, taxation, collective bargaining and corporate social responsibility.

Enrico Somaglia
e.somaglia@effat.org

EFFAT urges for more #DemocracyAtWork

EFFAT urges for more #DemocracyAtWork

On occasion of the annual ETUC EWC Conference, EFFAT joined the other trade union federations and the ETUC demanding more democracy at work for a sustainable and more balanced corporate government. Different organisations signed a statement calling for new EU...

EFFAT welcomes the new EWC Agreement signed with Ardo

EFFAT welcomes the new EWC Agreement signed with Ardo

After three years of negotiations, EFFAT is pleased to announce the signature of the Ardo European Works Councils Agreement. Ardo is a family owned Belgian Group and a worldwide player of fresh frozen vegetables, herbs and fruit. Ardo has production, packing &...

EFFAT supports Belgian affiliates in today’s general strike

EFFAT supports Belgian affiliates in today’s general strike

EFFAT supports today’s general strike organised by the Belgian trade unions FGTB, CSC and CGSLB. The Belgian Interprofessional Agreement for 2019-2020 is currently being negotiated. Although the economy is growing as well as shareholders’ dividends and companies’...