Deputy Director General Thérèse de Liedekerke, together with representatives of the other EU social partners ETUC, CEEP and UEAPME, today handed over the work programme for the European social dialogue 2015-2017 and the in-depth employment analysis, recently agreed by the 4 organisations, to Commission Vice-President Dombrovskis and Commissioner Thyssen. Our aim is to mobilise the European social dialogue to deliver more growth, more jobs, taking diverse economic and social situations across Europe into account. With the new work programme we have laid the basis for a new partnership. With the new employment analysis, we have a strong basis to put this partnership into action.
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