No leadership team in a multinational organisation can take any decisions without the valuable input from the people who make it happen every single day. Since we are passionate about making European Works Councils meaningful to all stakeholders, we have been organising a wide array of EWC events with a very diverse audience to that extent.

Our latest EWC conference came at a time where European Works Councils have had to prove their effectiveness like never before. All EWC stakeholders had to completely change their way of working and were forced to make the switch to online meetings. 


Below you can find the recordings of the EWC E-Conference.

Rebekah Smith, Deputy Director @ BusinessEurope

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Rebekah is Deputy Director in the Social Affairs department of BusinessEurope. She has been working here for ten years and in the field of EU affairs for fifteen years. Rebekah is also a member of the management committee of the platform on EU implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. She coordinates employer members of the European Foundation for Living and Working Conditions. 

Watch her session on "The perspective of BusinessEurope".

Isabelle Schömann, Confederal Secretary @ ETUC

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Isabelle was elected as Confederal Secretary at the ETUC’s 14th Congress in Vienna in May 2019. She heads ETUC policy on workers’ participation and European Works Councils, industrial policy and company law, competition law, labour law and human rights, single market legislation, digitalisation, standardisation, and corporate social responsibility. 

Watch her session on "The perspective of the ETUC".

Dennis Radtke, member @ European Parliament

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Dennis Radtke became a member of the European Parliament for the CDU (Christian Democratic Union of Germany) in 2017. Within the Parliament, he is a member of the Committee for Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL), as well as a deputy member of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE). In July 2019, he was elected as coordinator of the European People's Party (EPP) for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs.

Watch his session on "The perspective of the European parliament".