Welcome to EFEE
The European Federation of Education Employers

Welcome to the website of the European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE). Here you can find up-to-date news about EFEE and its members, as well as information on European issues and events relevant to education employers.

Both education and training are central in the Europe 2020 strategy for growth and jobs. As highlighted in recent policy initiatives, making concrete progress in implementing the new policy in the areas of education and training requires a strong involvement of social partners to make this happen. The education sector is crucial to progress and development across Europe. In addition to facilitating the knowledge and innovation that provides the basis of our society, the education sector employs around 15 million people in the EU and represents approximately 7% of the total workforce in Europe. Therefore, EFEE has a crucial role to play in promoting the best interests of its members at the European level.

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Meetings

Social dialogue - WG
Working Group (Brussels) 3. June 2016
Social Partners promoting decent workplaces in education Project
Final Conference (Bucharest) 9.-10. June 2016
EFEE-only meetings
Executive Committee meeting (Amsterdam) 20. June 2016

News

Vacancy General Secretary
Vacancy General Secretary
2016-05-02
An exciting opportunity for a General Secretary to head our small secretariat, working full- time for fixed term (one year as a start). Competitive salary.
PSEF joint declaration on Digitalisation
PSEF joint declaration on Digitalisation
2016-03-17
The digital era is transforming our societies and economies by introducing new ways of using and providing services, creating new production processes and producing massive quantities of data and information.
EFEE and ETUCE agree new work programme 2016-2017
EFEE and ETUCE agree new work programme 2016-2017
2016-02-29
During the Plenary meeting of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue in Education, EFEE and ETUCE discussed and agreed their new work programme for 2016-2017.