EFCI sets political priorities for new EU legislative mandate

17th of May 2019
EFCI sets political priorities for new EU legislative mandate

The European Cleaning and Facility Services Industry (EFCI) - the organisation representing the contract cleaning and facility services industry at EU level in Brussels - has highlighted the main priorities it will be working on to ensure the best conditions for a competitive sector in the EU and enable a modern labour market.

It advocates a business-friendly policy environment, which respects the autonomy of social dialogue at all levels as well as the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality.

Four priorities have been identified:

• Encouraging high quality procurement, focusing on quality criteria

• Preventing unfair competition and ensuring a level playing field

• Supporting and recognising Vocation Education and Training (VET) in the sector

• Supporting services contributing to the circular economy.

More details will be revealed at the EFCI's 2019 conference “Cleaning and Facility Services: shaping the industry for the future” which takes place in Brussels on June 28.

For more information about EFCI's political priorities click here.


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