Today (Friday 9 October 2020), the social partners CEFS and EFFAT held their online Social Dialogue meeting. Topics discussed during the meeting included: COVID-19, Brexit and the CEFS and EFFAT joint project. The social partners’ joint statement summarising key messages from the meeting can be found via this link.
The EU sugar industry is committed to creating added human and social value by incorporating corporate social responsibility (CSR) into all its activities. Established in 1969, just after the creation of the Sugar CMO, social dialogue in the European sugar industry has brought together employers, represented by CEFS, and employees, represented by EFFAT, for almost [...]
CEFS and EFFAT are launching a call for experts for their project on 'A transforming European sugar industry: new and better jobs in a competitive, innovative and sustainable industry'. The tender specification can be found here. Interested experts are invited to apply before Monday, 23 March 2020, C.O.B.
The EU sugar industry: supporting labour markets, generating economic value in rural areas. Check out key figures on CEFS' latest infographic "The EU Sugar Industry at a Glance". See the infographic here.
Presenting the conclusions of the High-Level Group on sugar at the working group meeting of the EU sugar sector social dialogue, representatives of the European Commission Directorate General for Agriculture & Rural Development once again offered no concrete, immediate actions to the most pressing question ever faced by the EU beet sugar sector: how to [...]