The Malta Union of Bank Employees was a partner in this European Commission funded project which aimed to strongly contribute to the development of sectoral Qualifications (national and European) Systems by incorporating ECVET technical specifications, according to the EU specific Recommendation. The project core objective is
The Malta Union of Bank Employees is a partner in this European Commission funded project. The Project’s outcomes will bring a very important contribution to the sustainable implementation of age management and intergenerational approaches in the FSS: The project commenced in October 2014 and will run
Towards a better employee involvement in undertakings: roles and tasks of the main actors in establishing and improving European Works Councils – To.Be.E.Ewc
UNI-Europa, like other European Trade Union Federations, defined some guidelines with a view to leading the process establishing a European Works Council. This project intends to turn theory and basic guidelines into an operating process, standardizable, representable by a flow chart diagram consisting of a
EuroCadres Final Report on Young Professional and Managerial staff facing changes in the work place.
‘Even in countries where social cohesion is strong and general unemployment rates are low, unemployment levels of young people tend to be much higher than the average. This is unfortunate, not only for those young people out of work, but also for the economic prospects
MANAGING ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS At a recent concluding seminar held in Brussels and coordinated by Federazione Autonoma Bancari Italiani (FABI), it was stressed that anti-discrimination practices should come more to light on the place of work. The Malta Union of Bank Employees – MUBE
The project aims at the activation on the ECVET network in order to set ground and create realistic opportunities to apply the ECVET in the BIF sector which employees more then 6 million people in Europe. It clearly addresses the need, as stated in the