SSSH

Women against poverty - protest activity on International...

Zagreb, 2 March 2017 - The activists of UATUC Women's Section, as well as other trade union...

07.03.2017. Read more

Private and public sector workers: It's time for OUR...

Zagreb, 2 March 2017 – Croatia has recovered from the crisis; economy and profits are growing,...

02.03.2017. Read more
HomeNews

Savez samostalnih sindikata Hrvatske

Trg kralja Petra Krešimira IV. 2,
10 000 Zagreb
Croatia

tel: + 385 1 46 55 616
tel:+ 385 1 46 55 013
fax: + 385 1 46 55 040
email: sssh@sssh.hr

Read more

News

It's time for OUR recovery – a pay rise and quality jobs for WOMEN!

Zagreb, 7 March 2017 - On International Women's Day, the Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia demands breaking the glass walls and ceilings which segregate women and men in different professions and demands full gender equality at the...

07.03.2017. Read more

Women against poverty - protest activity on International Women's Day

Zagreb, 2 March 2017 - The activists of UATUC Women's Section, as well as other trade union women's groups, Women's Network of Croatia and CSO Roda – Parents in action, organize a protest action Women against poverty. The...

07.03.2017. Read more

Private and public sector workers: It's time for OUR recovery - Croatia needs a pay rise and quality jobs

Zagreb, 2 March 2017 – Croatia has recovered from the crisis; economy and profits are growing, therefore private and public sector workers are demanding: It's time for OUR recovery – Croatia needs a pay rise and quality jobs! That...

02.03.2017. Read more

Exclusive interview with Luca Visentini: A different, more just and social Europe is possible

Zagreb, 10 February 2016 - The latest issue of the UATUC magazine Sindikalna akcija brings an exclusive interview with Luca Visentini, General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC).  Luca Visentini, a new General...

10.02.2016. Read more

ETUC: Give Croatian workers the same freedom as goods, services and capital

Brussels, 30 June 2015 (ETUC) - Today up to 13 EU member states will decide whether to extend restrictions on Croatian workers’ freedom of movement within the EU. Croatia’s accession to the EU in July 2013 brought immediate free...

30.06.2015. Read more

Research on precarious work in Croatia

Zagreb, 18 June 2015 – The Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia carries out a research on situation and features of precarious work in Croatia, within the implementation of its campaign against the abuse of atypical forms of work entitled "Labour is not a Commodity". Research is carried out via questionnaire, through shop stewards of trade unions affiliated to the...

18.06.2015. Read more

ILO adopts historic labour standard to tackle the informal economy

GENEVA (ILO News) – The International Labour Organization (ILO) has adopted a new international labour standard  that is expected to help hundreds of millions of workers and economic units move out of informality and into the formal...

16.06.2015. Read more

7th Congress of the UATUC: Strong trade union. For better Croatia!

Under the slogan Strong Trade Union: For Better Croatia!, the UATUC is organizing its seventh Congress in Tuheljske Toplice, from 13 to 15 November 2014. The Congress will gather 152 delegates from the affiliated trade unions to elect the UATUC President, adopt the Congress Report 201-2014, Work Programme 2014-2018, and elect the members of the Statutory and Supervisory Committee. The...

25.11.2014. Read more

Croatia’s shipyard workers face an unweatherable storm

19 November 2014 (www.equaltimes.org) - Blue cranes haunt the sky over Nauta Lamjana, a shipyard in the middle of Croatia’s Adriatic coast. Thousands of jobs at shipyards like Nauta Lamjana, 3. Maj (pictured), Brodotrogir, Brodosplit and Uljanik have disappeared since Croatia joined the European Union in July 2013. Shop steward and former worker Mario Košta recalls the...

20.11.2014. Read more

Bitter Croatian reality: One out of every 17 workers is receiving the minimum wage

Zagreb, 14 October 2014 (www.novilist.hr) - Every seventeenth worker in Croatia works for a minimum wage, or a gross wage that is lower than 3,017.16 Kuna. With an average local tax of 12%, a worker with a minimum wage in the end receives less...

14.10.2014. Read more