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Work-Life-Balance 4.0

Challenges in a Time of Digitalisation

A selection of photos from the 15 November European Sunday Alliance conference at the European Economic and Social Committee. News release to follow shortly.

 

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(L to R) Thomas Mann, MEP, Gunther Oettinger, Commissioner, European Commission, Digital Economy & Society, Luca Jahier, President of Group III, European Economic and Social Committee, Evelyn Regner, MEP.

 

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Panel discussion on the flexibilisation of working time.

 

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CEC General Secretary Fr Heikki Huttunen signs resolution "Anytime, anywhere - resolution for a better work-life-balance and synchronized free time in the age of digitalization."

 

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Work-Life-Balance 4.0

Challenges in a Time of Digitalisation

The European Sunday Alliance invites you to a conference on Work-Life-Balance 4.0: Challenges in a Time of Digitalisation. The conference will take place on Tuesday, 15 November from 9:00 to 16:00 at the European Economic and Social Committee. Registration is required.Please click here to register for this event.

 

 

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French trade union fights to preserve work-free Sunday

Union calls for two consecutive days of rest

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Throughout the summer of 2016, French trade union for the commerce sector (Fédération des Employés et Cadres Force Ouvrière - Section Commerce) advocated for two consecutive work-free days, including Sunday as a day of rest. You may read the following press releases for more information.


Deux jours de repos consécutifs

 

Massacre dans le commerce ils vont tuer l'emploi

 

FO Commerce s'oppose au travail du dimanche à la FNAC

 

Repos dominical notre conquête sociale aurait pu avoir 110 ans


Poles support of limiting Sunday trade

More than 500,000 signatures collected

More than a half million signatures have been collected in Poland supporting draft legislation on limiting trade on Sundays. The signatures have been submitted to the speaker of the Polish Parliament, where the first reading of the draft will take place in October. Supporters say this widespread support of the legislation shows that the Polish people want to protect Sunday as a day for rest and spending time with family.


For the full story, please click here.

 

 

Save the Date

Work-Life-Balance 4.0 – Challenges in time of digitalisation

Tuesday 15 November 2016, 09h00 – 16h00

European Parliament, Brussels

 

The European Sunday Alliance (ESA) is organising a conference on “Work-Life-Balance 4.0 – Challenges in time of digitalisation”, which will take place on 15 November 2016 in the European Parliament in Brussels. The conference will be hosted by MEP Evelyn Regner (S&D) and MEP Thomas Mann (EPP).

 

 

The Value of Sunday

New short video from Sunday Alliance Switzerland

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ESA contributes to consultation on work-life balance

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The European Sunday Alliance contributed to the European Commission consultation on work-life balance. Members of ESA handed over the consultation to Mr Baudouin Baudru, cabinet of Commissioner Ms Marianne Thyssen.


Please click here for a PDF version of the contribution.

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UNITED KINGDOM: House of Commons stops plans for more shopping hours

13 April 2016

The British House of Commons stopped the governmental plans for even more shopping hours on Sundays in England and Wales. This might partially be due to the work of “Keep Sunday Special”, the British supporter of the European Alliance.

 

 

 

AUSTRIA: New Sunday Alliance formed

24 September 2015

Twenty (20) organisations in the Federal State Salzburg, Austria, have founded a Sunday Alliance as of 17 June 2015.

 

 

 

AUSTRIA: Austrian Constitutional Court confirms shop opening hours

14 June 2012

In its judgement (G 66/11-8) of 14 June 2012 the Austrian Constitutional Court confirmed that the prohibition on shop opening on Sundays and bank holidays is consistent with the Austrian constitution. The overall objectives of shop closing or opening hours are: the protection of the interests of consumers, the aims of the competition regime and the socio-political function. All of these objectives would be in the public interest, says the Court.

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