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Wage Union
The Wage Union is a European Citizens’ Initiative launched by Central European political parties, trade unions and private individuals.
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Wage Union Dec 15
There is a price union, but where is the ? There is a huge in with more or less the same prices - the needs harmonisation. Support the initiative!
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Wage Union Dec 14
The is a new plan for , because we want to live in a fair where everybody can prosper in their homeland. Stopping is our common interest, support the initiative now!
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Wage Union Dec 14
Working people deserve decent wages, regardless of where they live, but they don't have many possibilities for this in . According to economist Istvan Teplan, built on cheap labour has reached its limit. Support the initiative!
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Wage Union Dec 14
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Wage Union Dec 14
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Wage Union Dec 9
The 's supposed to be a single economic area, but it's steering away from harmonisation. The 's goal is to reverse this, focus on the people and harmonise . If you agree with 'equal pay for equal work', support our initiative on !
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Wage Union Dec 6
As long as 600% gaps exist in between citizens who live in different places, we can't speak of a real union. This why it matters that the issue of the wage union reached the last week, and was discussed by responsibles.
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Wage Union Dec 4
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Wage Union Dec 4
Ever since 2004, the EU's Eastern enlargement has failed to enable Eastern Central European member states to catch...
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Wage Union Dec 1
The long-term survival of the depends on eradicating the current wage gap between eastern and western member states.
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Wage Union Nov 30
"Equal pay for equal work" - expert conference in the about inequalities in the EU.
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Wage Union Nov 28
Successful conference entitled "Equal pay for equal work" was held at the with renowned experts, MEPs and representatives of . Panelists stressed the importance of convergence, fairness and equal .
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Wage Union Nov 28
The WageUnion conference in Brussels closed with great success. All invited speakers and experts agreed that long...
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Wage Union Nov 27
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Wage Union Nov 27
Advisor of , ; vice-chair of the Polish Solidarnosc 80 Przemyslaw Worek; head of the PT Union of Independent Trade Unions & Zbigniew Krysiak expert at the Warsaw School of Economics spoke at the 2. panel of the conference.
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Wage Union Nov 27
According to Marton Gyongyosi the cohesion policy must be reformed, funds should be spent on education, innovation and r&d. He stated: either there will be wage union or the EU falls apart.
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Wage Union Nov 27
According to Frédéric Petit it would be important for the to understand that if we speak about labour mobility, the goal shouldn't be the low paid workforce. He also said that instead of equal wages we should be speaking of fair .
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Wage Union Nov 27
According to Peter Rona there should be a Commissioner for convergence, and all proposals should be accompanied with an impact assessment. He also spoke about eliminating offshore and about tax harmonisation.
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Wage Union Nov 27
Oxford fellow economist Peter Rona; French MP Frédéric Petit (); Hungarian MP Marton Gyongyosi () spoke at the 1st panel of the conference in the .
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Wage Union Nov 26
The huge wage gap is a direct cause of the enormous labour migration, leaving a shortage of manpower in Hungary....
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