• We are not on the menu

    Get a overview of research on sexual harassment in the nordic hotel, restaurant and tourism industry

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  • Dignity for housekeepers

    In the week 9 to 15 October 2017, the housekeepers’ working conditions will be in focus in many countries worldwide.

  • Great tips for a socially responsible holiday

    No matter where you are planning to go on holiday, your choices as a customer and tourist are very important. Choose a hotel or restaurant with collective agreement!

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Sexual harassment off the menu

29. nov 2017

It is time to take sexual harassment off the menu. The accusations of sexual harassment and assault, which reached Hollywood few weeks ago, Women and men from all over the globe who have been sexually harassed have been sharing their stories across social media using the hashtag "me too" to show the magnitude of sexual assault. Thus, powerful men in film industry, media, music, politics and television have lost their jobs.
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We are not on the menu

22. nov 2017

Hotel, restaurant, catering and tourism workers in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are fed up with sexual harassment. They are organizing a campaign against sexual harassment in the industry to raise awareness about this serious issue and create a culture of zero tolerance in the industry.
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SGS

SGS congress

13. nov 2017

The 6th congress of the Federation of General and Special workers in Iceland (SGS) was held on October 11-12 in Selfoss, Iceland.
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World Tourism Day

27. sep 2017

Today many hotel and restaurant workers around the world are raising awareness of the precarious working conditions in the sector.
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The Nordic Union for Hotel, Restaurant, Catering and Tourism sector, is an association of unions in Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, all of which unionise workers of the HRCT industry. The member unions have all made collective agreements with employers organizations and companies in the NU HRCT.

All in all NU HRCT covers seven unions with a total of about 115,000 members.