SECTORAL SOCIAL DIALOGUE IN BANKING SECTOR

  • Liaison Forum meeting among European social partners held on 1st of October 2018 at the European Commission on latest developments in the field of social dialogue – next Liaison Forum meeting on the 17th of December 2018
  • Representativeness Study for the Banking Sector: overview report by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)
  • EBF Banking Committee for European Social Affairs (EBF-BCESA) is the EBF’s competent committee for all social affairs issues falling under the scope of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue (SSD) in Banking.

BANKING SECTOR EMPLOYERS’ ASSOCIATIONS

In the framework of the European Commission Decision of 20 May 1998 (98/500/EC) annexed to its Communication entitled ‘’Adapting and promoting the social dialogue at Community level’’ COM (1998) 322, the EBF-BCESA together with the European organizations mentioned below have submitted a request on December 8, 1998 to the European Commission with a view to establishing the Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for the Banking sector.

European Savings and Retail Banking Group (ESBG)
European Association of Co-operatives Banks (EACB)

OTHER STAKEHOLDERS

EBF SOCIAL AFFAIRS

Member of European Employers’ Network (EEN) – BusinessEurope

International Organisation of Employers (IOE)

DIGITAL BANKING

The new Joint Declaration on the impact of digitalisation on employment has been signed on the 30th of November 2018 by the European social partners in banking sector.

INITIATIVE

The European Commission funded the project ”The impact of banking regulation on employment” (ref. no: VP/2016/001/0030) aimed at concluding a mapping exercise to obtain an overview of the current state of play of employment in the banking sector.

EBF DECLARATIONS AND STATEMENTS

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