"Promoting Women's Leadership" - the current European project of CEC European Managers on women in management
Together with its partners (CFE-CGC, Eurocadres and Ledarna), CEC European Managers is working on a European project (with the support of the European Union) focusing on women in management position. The project aims at exploring the main causes preventing women from reaching top management positions and presenting best practices adopted at company level to increase their presence.
After the kick-off meeting that took place in Madrid in October 2013, a European conference will take place next 25th, 26th and 27th of June in Cannes, France.
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CEC European Managers participates to a joint European conference on social dialogue outcomes
On December 12 and 13 the European cross-industry social partners (ETUC and the Eurocadres-CEC European Managers Liaison Committee, BUSINESSEUROPE, CEEP and UEAPME) organized a joint conference on the implementation of social dialogue outcomes at national level.
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CEC European Managers and AMM (Association of Montenegrin Managers) sign a cooperation agreement
On Tuesday, 03 December 2013, CEC European Managers and the Association of Montenegrin Managers signed a cooperation agreement.
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CEC European Managers at the October Tripartite Social Summit
Last 24 October Ms. Annika Elias, President of CEC European Managers, participated to the Tripartite Social Summit, representing for the occasion the Liaison Committee Eurocadres-CEC.
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The European Commission publishes a communication on the strengthening of the social dimension of the economic and monetary union (EMU)
The European Commission published yesterday (2 October 2013) a communication to the European Parliament and Council on the strengthening of the social dimension of the EMU, following the conclusions of the June European Council stressing the importance oftaking account of the situation of labour markets and social conditions of Member States in the definition of the "European Semester" indications.
This Communication focuses on three main needs: a bigger attention to employment and social challenges, enhancing solidarity and increasing the contribution of social dialogue in the definition of policy orientations.
CEC European Managers agrees with the principle that a greater attention should be given to the social aspects and consequences of macroeconomic policy indications given to Member States, and welcomes the approach suggested by the Commission focusing on ensuring a more timely and concrete participation of Social Partners to the various stages of the European Semester. But for this contribution to be effective, it is fundamental that all social partners are given the opportunity to present their opinions and suggestions on equal footing.
To read the Communication of the European Commission, please click here
CEC European Managers participated to the public consultation on EU occupational safety and health at work
The last 26th of August, CEC European Managers submitted its contribution to the public consultation launched by the European Commission on the EU occupational safety and health (OSH) policy framework. It was the occasion for CEC to give its opinion on the new OSH policy framework and to contribute to its improvement.