EUROPEAN SEMESTER 2019: KEY FIGURES

 Source: European Commission – See full infographic

SOCIAL DIALOGUE IN BANKING SECTOR

  • EBF Banking Committee for European Social Affairs (EBF-BCESA) is EBF’s competent committee for all social affairs issues falling under the scope of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue (SSD) in Banking
  • Liaison Forum meetings among European social partners arranged by the European Commission on latest developments in the field of social dialogue
  • Representativeness Study for the Banking Sector: overview report by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)

EUROPEAN SOCIAL PARTNERS IN THE BANKING SECTOR

The EBF-BCESA together with the other organizations mentioned below are the Social Partners on the employers’ side in the Sectoral Social Dialogue for the Banking sector

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

The European Social Partner in the banking sector on the employees’ side is UNI Europa Finance

OTHER STAKEHOLDERS


Directorate General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (DG EMPL) of the European Commission

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The EBF-BCESA is also member of European Employers’ Network (EEN) established in the 1990s, the EEN is a voluntary, informal network. Participants include BusinessEurope and representatives of European-level sectoral employers’ and business organisations which are actively involved in European employment and social policy, including in the context of Sectoral Social Dialogue Committees (SSDC).


International Organisation of Employers
(IOE)

EUROPEAN SOCIAL PARTNERS’ INITIATIVES

Declarations and Statements

OTHER INITIATIVES

The European Commission funded the overall project  ”The impact of banking regulation on employment” whose:

  • first pillar (ref. no: VP/2016/001/0030) was aimed at concluding a mapping exercise to obtain an overview of the current state of play of employment in the banking sector;
  • second pillar (ref. no: VP/2018/001/0032) is aimed at: (a) analysing the results of the mapping exercise of the first pillar; (b) exchanging and collecting good practices on how Europe’s banking sector reacted to the increasing regulation; and (c) developing and presenting a joint European Social Partners’ approach on how to commonly benefit from regulation, in order to ensure a sustainable banking sector for the future.

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