All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Well, let’s play then! Game on In WebComm, we work all day at communicating the political and social aspects of the European Union. What about geography? For all our differences as Europeans, the one thing we share is our continent – what better way to […]
Automatic updates – orchestrating changes just when you have turned your back. A few decades ago there was a thing called MSN Messenger that had emoticons for people who wanted to manage their long-distance relationships. Messenger has evolved into eternity but the dire memories of updates remain. Approximately once a year your contact groups got […]
It's a long standing tradition since our first video which granted us the nickname of the "Dancing Unit" in some corridors of our beloved institution: every Christmas our team produces a short video, just for the fun of it. In 2013, Rita, Annastiina and Kristina took the lead with Gabor holding the camera and Caroline playing the […]
We call him "Über Boss" and he once explained here what it means to work with us – from his point of view. This week, Newshound, the EP internal online magazine interviewed Jaume Duch-Guillot, EP Spokesman and Director of Media Directorate on different issues: workwise and personal. Here comes the full interview, if your curiosity […]
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