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    € 3.5m to help workers in Spanish textile and construction sectors Choose translations of the previous link 

    29/10/2010

    The European Commission has approved two applications from Spain for assistance from the EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund. The total of € 3 482 316 requested by the Spanish authorities will help 350 redundant workers from textile industry and 300 workers formerly cutting, shaping and finishing stone for construction to find new jobs.

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    €1.5 million to help 1 154 workers in the Spanish retail sector Choose translations of the previous link 

    29/10/2010

    The European Commission has approved an application from Spain for assistance from the EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund. The € 1 560 000 requested by the Spanish authorities will help 1 154 redundant workers find new jobs.

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    €633 077 to help 590 workers in the Polish manufacturing sector Choose translations of the previous link 

    29/10/2010

    The European Commission has approved an application from Poland for assistance from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund. The € 633 077 requested by the Polish authorities will help 590 redundant workers back into employment.

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    Boosting growth and jobs through stronger cooperation and better governance Choose translations of the previous link 

    28/10/2010

    The Tripartite Social Summit with the European workers' and employers' representatives focused on the economic reform agenda and economic governance.

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    Flexible work arrangements help both employers and employees Choose translations of the previous link 

    26/10/2010

    A European Commission study found that employers and workers benefit from flexible working time arrangements. The expert group report comes as ministers for gender equality gather in Brussels for an informal meeting to discuss the new strategy for equality between women and men 2010-2015.

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    EU Employment and Social Affairs ministers discuss actions in pursuit of Europe 2020 goalspdf   

    21/10/2010

    The Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council adopted the guidelines for the employment policies of the Member States and decided on the governance of the European Employment Strategy in the context of Europe 2020, among other conclusions.

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    Over 2 500 former workers of Mura to receive help worth €2 247 940 Choose translations of the previous link 

    19/10/2010

    The European Commission has approved an application from Slovenia for assistance from the European Globalisation adjustment Fund (EGF).

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    1 181 former workers of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG to get help worth €8.3 million Choose translations of the previous link 

    15/10/2010

    The European Commission has approved an application from Germany for assistance from the European Globalisation adjustment Fund (EGF).

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    10,000 attend European Job Days in the Commission headquarters   

    04/10/2010

    Around 10,000 jobseekers, 40 recruiting organisations and labour market actors from all over Europe participated in a major job fair in the EU Commission's Berlaymont headquarters on Saturday 2 October – the leading event in this year's European Job Days.

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    €10.5m from EU Fund to help over 3,000 workers in the Dutch printing and publishing sector Choose translations of the previous link 

    04/10/2010

    The European Commission has approved six applications from the Netherlands for assistance from the EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF).

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    02/10/2010

    The Brussels European Job Day takes place on Saturday October 2nd. Over 80 recruiting companies and organisations active in employment and thousands of European citizens have responded to the Commission’s invitation.

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