Federazione Autonoma Bancari Italiani

International Relations

Levelling the unlevel playing field – sharing economy workers are employees
On Friday, October 28, a London Employment Tribunal ruled Uber drivers are employees and not self-contracted workers. For UNI Global Union’ this ruling is a significant, much needed step along the way to stop the exploitation of workers
Benefits and challenges of telework in the ICTS and Financial Services sectors
A document released by ILO during the Global Dialogue Forum on the Challenges and Opportunities of Teleworking for Workers and Employers in the ICTS and Financial Services Sectors
UNI Europa Finance: Digitalization impact on Insurance Sector
UNI Europa Finance signed a declaration on digitalization, with Insurance sector employers
UNI Europa Finance, Newsletter
The first update from UNI Europa Finance Presidium. "Short stories” and information about the work in UNI Europa Finance.
UBIS, workers on strike against outsourcing
The new Unicredit management has announced the outsourcing and selling of important parts of UBIS, the UC technological Business Unit
From UNI Global UNION: solidarity with italian people
UNI Secretary General Philip Jennings expresses solidarity, with italian Unions and the italian people, after the terrible earthquake that hit central Italy
Union Movement will stand up for workers in wake of Brexit
UNI Global Union and ETUC released a statement about the recent decision by UK people in the Brexit referendum
Unicredit EWC and Trade Union Alliance, support german workers struggling for new collective agreement
The Trade Union Alliance of Unicredit and the Unicredit EWC support the action of Ver.di and workers in Germany for the struggle in occasion of the national collective bargaining
FABI expresses solidarity with German bank workers
We stand together with bank employees in Germany, facing a tough negotiation with bankers for the renewal of the Collective Agreement
UNI General Secretary calls for a skills revolution
Speaking at the International Festival of Business in Liverpool Jennings said that almost half of all jobs will see their primary skill requirement change in the near future. Oxford University warns that up to 40% of all jobs could be lost.