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ENI: what’s the responsability of the State as a shareholder?

by Anna Maria Romano, CGIL Tuscany, Vice President UNI-Europe Finance, financial expert for CTS Open Corporation

In ENI the State, that owns more that 30% of shares, is not simply a shareholder, but must assume the role of strategic constructor of the socially and environmentally responsible policy.

The global tourism industry isn’t destroyed – it’s only on hold

by Dr Hidayat Greenfield IUF #Asia/Pacific Regional Secretary

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the tourism industry hard. With flights cancelled and countries on lockdown, tourist arrivals stopped, and hotel occupancy rates hit zero. In most countries in Asia, the temporary closure of hotels will be extended until June
#tourism #covid19

Agile working after the pandemic: limitations and need of new digital skills in the labor market

by Gabriele Marzano, labour policies expert

Now, however, that agile working has imposed itself in various sectors as an ordinary way of working due to the inevitable social distancing obligations, it is perhaps possible to advance some more realistic considerations on its advantages and/or disadvantages, in particular with respect to the “old” analogue type of work
#covid19 #smartwork #training

National and Global Agreements in the Garment Sector: When?

by Víctor Garrido Sotomayor Secretariat for International Trade Union Action of CCOO-Industry

Due to the tremendous social and economic situation that we are experiencing as a result of the healthcare crisis produced by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are heading towards a profound global crisis that may have devastating effects on the garment industry. We are obliged to tackle it with a joint response on the part of all interest groups that have responsibility in the sector of the Fashion Industry, in order to contribute towards its continuity and future.
#garment #ccoo #industriALL #covid-19

Delivery riders in the time of COVID-19 between Europe and regionalisms

by Antonio Prisco, Union Riders Napoli

The current health crisis linked to the pandemic contagion from COVID-19 shows more and more clearly the need to start anew from the last, so as not to leave anyone behind. In the working environment, those who are suffering throughout Europe the greatest exacerbation of their condition of discomfort are the already defined “atypical” linked to the gig economy, the delivery riders.
#covid19 #gigeconomy #rider

A sector on ice – Tourism in Europe amid COVID-19

by Kristjan Bragason, General Secretary of EFFAT

With all of Europe having implemented at least some form of lockdown, the consequences for the EFFAT sectors have been profound, if unequal. Worst hit, by far, is Tourism, with millions of jobs at risk, and uncertain prospects for recovery. Travel restrictions and the enforced closure of businesses deemed non-essential have brought almost all tourism-related activity to a grinding halt.
#covid-19 #effat #tourism

Brief considerations on the organization of work and union relations in times of anti-contagion emergencies

by Ornella La Tegola, Researcher of the University of Bari, expert on diversity of CTS OpenCorporation

The Covid-19 emergency imposed an adaptation of work organisation and health protection measures in the workplace. It is, in fact, time to reflect on the relationship between the needs dictated by the health emergency and the regulatory framework normally set up to protect the health and safety of workers (and also their privacy) and the role of the trade union.