Encourage a constructive European social dialogue on the family employment sector
It is essential to create adequate conditions to build up a social dialogue in the sector on both national and European levels. The local organisation and structuring of home employment must lead to a massive reduction in undeclared work.
- To develop and structure employer and worker organisations of the sector to encourage social dialogue and collective negotiations and to ensure individual rights in a collective context. The aim is indeed to regulate working relationships between workers and employers and to enable all people to be self-aware of their status. There are still major differences in the representation both of employees and of employers and this situation is harmful to a quality development of the sector. It is essential that public authorities identify the actors for building up future public policies collectively and efficiently.
14th of November 2023 - Brussels
10 years of commitment and advocacy