EPSU

AcronymDefinition
EPSUEuropean Federation of Public Service Unions
EPSUEmergency Power Supply Unit
EPSUEuropean Public Sector Union
EPSUEducation Program Support Unit (Hungary)
EPSUEquipment Preparation and Set-Up
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(36.) Obviously epsum here should have been epsu, "that she had been cultivating," or epsusum, "that she had been cultivating for him." Did the scribe intend to add the dative -sum but forgot to write the su?
EPSU estimates that between 20 and 25 per cent of jobs in the sector could be axed across Europe.
An Alternative World Water Forum', organised by the European Coordination - made up among others of the European Federation of Public Service Union (EPSU), Food and Water Europe, Aquattac, the Belgian Social Forum and environmental NGOs - takes place in parallel, also in Marseilles.
The report by the public service trade union federation EPSU points to wages falling as a share of profits and dividends for major energy companies.
In a statement, published on 27 October, the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU) and the Employers' Platform of the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) denounce the devastating effects of the economic crisis on local and regional public services.
The social partners in the electricity industry, with Eurelectric representing employers and the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU) as well as the European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers` Federation (EMCEF), presented the results of a study started in 2006 on the impact of restructuring in the electricity industry.
The Employment and Social Affairs Council reached an agreement in principle, on 8 March, on the directive that transposes the agreement negotiated by employers (HOSPEEM) and unions (EPSU) in the sector.
This conference, organised by EURELECTRIC, EPSU and EMCEF, concludes a Commission-funded project to study the impact of restructuring in the electricity industry.
They are the outcome of two years of talks, supported by the European Commission, between the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR), the Confederation of European Security Services (CoESS), the European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE), EuroCommerce, the European Public Services Unions (EPSU), the European Trade Union Committee on Education (ETUCE), the European Hospital and Healthcare Employers' Association (HOSPEEM) and Uni Europa.
The framework agreement, signed on 19 July 2009 by the HOSPEEM (European Hospital and Healthcare Employers' Association) and the EPSU (European Federation of Public Service Unions), sets "minimum standards".