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    Employment: Commission proposes €960,000 from Globalisation Fund to help redundant bar and restaurant workers in Spain Choose translations of the previous link 

    11/07/2014

    The European Commission has proposed to mobilise the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 280 workers made redundant in the food and beverage service sector in Aragón (Spain) to find new jobs.

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    Youth Employment Initiative: €1.1 billion of EU money to tackle youth unemployment in Italy Choose translations of the previous link 

    11/07/2014

    The European Commission has adopted today the national Operational Programme for the implementation of the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) in Italy. This is the second YEI Operational Programme adopted by the European Commission, after the first in France last month.

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    Speech - Opportunities and Challenges in the Croatian labour market Choose translations of the previous link 

    10/07/2014

    Helping young people find a job must be among our top priorities, along with tackling the risk of poverty among the most vulnerable, such as older people, especially women, single-person households and the unemployed.

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    Commission proposes €1.6 million from Globalisation Fund for Dutch construction workers Choose translations of the previous link 

    10/07/2014

    The European Commission has proposed to provide The Netherlands with €1.6 million from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 475 workers made redundant in the construction sector in the provinces of Gelderland and Overijssel to find new jobs.

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    Youth Employment Initiative: Commission and Member States meet to speed up implementation of €6bn euro dedicated fund Choose translations of the previous link 

    08/07/2014

    Experts from the European Commission and Member States are meeting in Brussels on 11th July to accelerate the programming arrangements and practical implementation of the Youth Employment Initiative at a special seminar organised by the Commission.

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    Working time: Commission proposes rules for inland waterway workers based on a social partner agreement Choose translations of the previous link 

    07/07/2014

    The European Commission has presented a proposal setting specific rules on working time for the inland waterway transport sector.

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    Commissioner Andor's statement on the Green Employment Initiative Choose translations of the previous link 

    02/07/2014

    This initiative is not only important because of its long-term environmental impact but also because of its potential for assisting the economic recovery of the European Union.

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    Green Employment Initiative: frequently asked questions Choose translations of the previous link 

    02/07/2014

    Why is the "green growth" model essential for the European economy and labour market? In which sectors will jobs be created? What EU funding is available to implement these measures? What are the next steps?

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    Commission outlines measures to maximise job opportunities in the green economy Choose translations of the previous link 

    02/07/2014

    The European Commission has today adopted a Communication outlining the employment challenges and opportunities of the current transition towards a green, low carbon, energy and resource-efficient economy.

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    Employment and Social Situation: Quarterly Review indicates economic recovery is leaving many people behind Choose translations of the previous link 

    30/06/2014

    The EU labour market is gradually recovering and, for the first time since 2011, GDP, employment and household incomes are growing. However, long-term unemployment is still increasing and the situation of households with low incomes has not improved.

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