23 March 2023 – The EESC Employers' Group applauds EU leaders for converging with the European Commission on its resolve to push for long-term competitiveness and productivity.
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With no end of Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine in sight, it is clear that 2023 is going to be another extremely difficult year for Ukrainian businesses.
This week, the Employers' Group held a debate on the war in Ukraine, one year on. Ukrainian business leaders took part in the discussion and called for support to tackle the many challenges they face every day.
17 February – Employers' Group President Stefano Mallia visited Spain this week to meet with the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations (CEOE), which comprises over two million companies from all sectors of activity, and prepare together the upcoming Spanish Presidency of the EU.
13 February 2023 - The Winter interim Economic Forecast released today lifts the growth outlook for this year to 0.8% in the EU and 0.9% in the euro area. Both areas are now set to narrowly avoid the technical recession that was anticipated for the turn of the year. The forecast also slightly lowers the projections for inflation for both 2023 and 2024.
At the European Economic and Social Committee plenary session on Wednesday (25 January), EESC members discussed the EU's response to geopolitical challenges with Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament.
Employers' Group President, Stefano Mallia, stressed that the competitiveness of European companies has to be at the core of our priorities moving forward.
Employers see a growing role for the economic migration of third country nationals to the EU as part of the EU’s overall policy mix for providing the skilled workforce that European companies need to be competitive, productive and innovative. The role of economic migration is set against the backdrop of demographic change, a declining working age population; stagnating intra-EU mobility; high inactivity rates as well asskills mismatches and labour shortages across a wide range of sectors. As stated by the Commission, it is key for the EU to be an attractive destination for labour migration, particularly in shortage occupations in the global race for talent.
Dear President, dear members, dear guests,
It is a pleasure to stand before you to open a debate, which is not only timely, but also crucial in the way we manage accelerating change in media and politics. The way we communicate, the way we convince, in this time of multiple crisis, will determine how we get out of these difficult moment.
On 22 November 2022 the EESC Employers' Group held internal elections.
At the Extraordinary EESC Employers' Group meeting in Ostrava on 11 October, members elected Laurenţiu PLOSCEANU to become the EESC Vice-President in charge of communication for the second half of the 2020-2025 term.
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